Several years ago I heard a local met say that rapid pressure falls are good indicator of where a storm may go (short term). currently Vero Beach 998 mb Fort Pierce 997 mb Melbourne 1001mb Orlando/Kissimee 1005 mb
Maybe I am stating the obvious with regards to pressures but Vero Beach and Fort Pierce are almost due east of Fay, there pressures have dropped...farther north have not. It does now appear to have an eastward motion.
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