Has the high to our north begun to move to the east yet? I think the models are split in two --- some favor a ride along the southern gulf coast of FL and then going in, and some have it coming up straight through the state exiting (ironically) near Melbourne/Daytona Beach. It also looks like the *strong* High to the east of Florida (which was supposedly a *weak* high yesterday) is affecting Ernesto, which is inhibiting any strengthening because it is causing some shear. I just wish Ernesto would do whatever it is he's going to do already!!
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