Is it my imagination, or did most of the major models in Skeetobite jump a bit left in the last set of runs? Am in Tampa and watching closely because of a camping trip scheduled for Friday PM through Sunday AM. Everything had been trending eastward and safely away from us in Central Fla, but when I see everything jump one direction, the warning lights go off! Is this a one time jump or a trend? These late season storms are notoriously tricky (ask S Fla about a girl named Wilma). I, too am wondering what will steer this so far east like the earlier models. Please keep us posted. When the models trend away from land, this place goes quiet....this one is too close to Florida already not to be vigilant.....
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