The 8 AM update shows another increase in wind speed. You can also see from the past several advisories that the storm has been moving slightly to the right of north for the past several updates. This easterly movement increase in the lastest update. Looks like Ernesto moved .3 degrees to the east and .4 to the north. Prior to that, the storm moved .6 north and .2 east. Therefore, the front to west of the storm seems to be pushing it ever so slightly to the east. However, it still appears that the NHC forcast is valid. Folks in Wilmington better be gearing up. As the storms are beginning to make their way around the center.
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