Evan, Florida should defidently still keep a eye on Hanna. Hanna will move very close to Florida. Any deviation to the left today by only 2dg will bring her over eastern florida.I stated that before Hanna became a hurricane, she had to get to around 74-75W before her turn back NW. This is a good example why I dont like to give out predictions more than 3 days out. The NHC makes predictions every 6hrs. My path yesterday had Hanna doing a loop and moving NW thru the Bahamas then throwing squalls in close to the coast of Florida then making landfall probably from Myrtle beach-Cape lookout or skiming the Outer Banks, and I'll adjust it this afternoon since its about 3 days or so from Florida and 4 from the Carolinas.
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