I totally agree with you. I remember when Charlie was moving up the Gulf years ago, Mike Clay of Bay News 9 spotted an eastern wobble and said that if may be nothing but if the next move goes the same way, then Charlie may be heading to landfall south of T.B. If it is known that Irma went slightly east of Key West and the hourly updates show a mostly northern motion (5 a.m. - 24.1, 81.5, 10 a.m. - 24.8, 81.5), at least a local met here in Tampa can state that the storm is tracking east of the model but caution people to not let their guard down. For caution's sake, I do understand it though.
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