based on her track...weathernet's prediction is oddly the most likely... just moves west... pulls wnw ....looking for where she will make that eventual NW turn... could say through the upper keys into Florida Bay pumping rain up over southern florida and gets into the gulf looking for that eventual ne turn
who is to say that's not impossible
the movement of emily is throwing off the models accuracy at some point that sharp ne turn out to sea will close, then what
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