Fay appears to be moving... the 50 mile wide coc is already made it pass I-95 there in Daytona Beach on the west side... hard to tell if its a true west movement of a slight north/south of west movement... one thing is for sure... thats the largest center of circulation of a tropical low i have seen in a long time! I saw a great big blow-up of convection this evening over NW of tampa.. so there appears to be some warm water off that way... will see what happens tomorrow... as for Fay, i think she's leaving the Atlantic now, SLOWLY.. but she's feeling the high to the north and now looking for the weakness to the west/north/west of her.
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