Quote: I've heard a lot of talk today about where the exact location of the eye is...its important for models but if the big round ball that is mostly N and NE of the eye has hurricane force winds you have to watch the whole red bouncing ball.
Please keep that in mind.
Rely on the charts which show where the path of tropical storm force winds and hurricane winds are not just the eye.
Getting off the soap box.
Good job the Hurricane Center is doing..original tracks had it going just south of jamaica if I recall and then turning up towards the West coast of Cuba making a curve towards the West Coast of Florida. So far.. on track. How far west or east is the big issue.
Does anyone think that by that time Charley can be a major or just a cat 2?
I think that He will enter the Gulf as a 2 and make it to a cat 3 before he hits land.
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