Well, given that it's "intermission" and am waiting for a new recon fix, i'll throw this prediction out:
....after a slow pulsating crawl over Eastern Cuba, the weakened T.S. Emily maintains a stairstepping WNW motion, than stalls in the Florida Straights midway between the middle Keys and Cuban coast. Rapid deepening ensues, however due to upwelling after nearly 48 hours of practically no motion whatsoever, Emily's intensification caps out at 120 mph. Finally given the lack of any troughing and the S.E. Conus ridge finally nudging eastward, Emily starts moving on an overall 290 heading at 5 knots. While Key West braces for direct impact, all the while many regions throughout the southern third of Florida have thus far received rainfall amounts exceeding 12", and up to 15" along the southeast coast. All the while all eyes from Cedar Key south to Sarasota brace for the long awaited northward tug of a weak shortwave dropping southward.......
Ok...., NOT really my prediction, however am not sure this would prove to be much less reasonable than those models calling for an Eastward shift in path and an expected nearly NNW motion to commence in the next 30 minutes!
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