Using the NHC Google plot, and weather.com's interactive radar map, both of which have extreme apparently accurate closeups...Irma will hit the Virgin Islands shortly, 10 miles north of the projected path. it is supposed to pass south of SpanishTown Island, and it hits it dead center.
Hard to say if they are that precise But if so, the good news is the models that have it miss Florida to the East, are further to the north.
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