I'm a little more alarmed that Charley's center of circulation was SSE of Jamaica and did not go directly over it, because that gives it more time over water and moves it closer to the westernmost tip of Cuba instead of the middle. Unless, of course, it decides to make that turn to the NW in the next 12 hours. The Cayman Islands are the next bullseye for Charley.
I just really don't know what to think, except that the NHC has done an excellent job with both storms.
Oh yeah..Jeff Morrow from TWC is now in Tampa Bay.
Note: I meant SSW of Jamaica, not SSE.
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