It looks a little to the left and slightly below based on comparing the chart you linked with the current 8am plot. I think this reflects the very slight, very subtle leftward trend of the models nicely. (If you shrink/layer them in Photoshop you can see the slight leftward jog.)
I am keeping a close eye on the local Polk County EOC operations here at school. We are expecting word from the School Board in about 1 hour or so on whether there will be a closing of schools tomorrow or not. (The advantage of being tied into the school system.)
If I hear anything, I'll be sure to report it on the other board under closings.
For now, everyone keep the folks from Katrina in your thoughts and prayers, and reserve another prayer for those who will inevitably be affected by Ernesto, one way or another. It's a poignant way to reflect the anniversary of the Katrina tragedy.
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