Yes Cycloneye, it does look like a little more of a northward motion, but that is a little difficult to really determine. Blow-ups in convection can skew the motion. It looks like it may get a little close to you...check out the latest computer model runs...just south of you. Get prepared just in case, if not this storm there may be another. Here in FL, I am going to get some batteries for the latterns, and charge my batteries for the power screw driver (for putting up the hurricane panels). Very likely it won't hit here, but better to be ready!
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