Quote: if you take a step back and look at the wider visible loop you can see it is getting a little bit more classic look to it. Dr. Knabb from the NHC has said that the center is still moving in a NW motion but not to necessarily focus on the center because much of the bad weather extends north and east of it. It still would not surprise me if this got close to hurricane strength. http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/watl/loop-vis.html
Please!, don't watch all of Ernesto's wobble at close range. Take a break every now and then. Check CNN and TWC for their updates. CNN is updating on the hour and half-hour. TWC is updating at their usual times right now. Top and bottom of the hour, and at 50 minutes past the hour.
Please note that the NHC direction of storm movement is averaged over a 12 hour period. This is what happened with Charley in 2004. If it looks like he's turned and headed for you. ALWAYS err on the side of caution. But be cautious in doing your evactuation... Stop signs, red lights, etc. ~danielw
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