There are a lot of questions as to where Ernesto will come ashore. Being a layman (not a Met) here's what I think.
1-It will come ashore within the next 24 hours 2- It will come ashore some place in southern Florida (either eastern or western) 3-It will exit someplace on Florida's northcentral east coast 4-We're all going to get a lot of rain 5-We're all going to get a lot of wind 6-If you're panicing now you're not prepared. 7-We will all loose electricty (hey after all its FP&L) 8-The sun will come out by Thursday and Labor Day weekend is supposed to be great.
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