As this system seems to now be Irene, and the model tracks are all tighly clustered and seem to hit every land mass that it can between where it is and Florida, I'm not going to freak out. But it will be time to prepare...
If this storm does hit Hispanola, travel up the spine of Cuba, then up the Florida peninsula, it's hard to imagine it being all that strong when it gets near me in the Tampa area...of course it it does at all.
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