The 8AM position of Emily is a bit south and west of the foretasted line, which may indicate a bit of a westward shift coming later today, but not enough to make US landfall odds higher than no landfall.
So far the hurricane center's track has been good, today though is a very important day to help determine the future of Emily.
Models have shifted a bit east from the runs last night, basically nearly all of the more reliable ones are offshore to the east of Florida, but the HRWF brings it into South Carolina.
Of course it is still possible the system stays in the Caribbean, generally moving west, especially if it behaves more like a wave than a storm.
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