wasn't it about three days before that NHC had the track into the Ft. Myers area or was it earlier than that? it would make sense that they were advertising that landfall then?
I am not saying that particular station is not a good source, I am just saying don't put all your weight in that for shifting the official track. models shift, thats what they do. Truthfiully, the general public should not be watching any models... many people tend to focus on the track of one of the models and get hyped up about nothing. Only meteorologists (or very experienced trackers who could be considered meteorologists in that sense) can really weigh the models while looking at what is going on in the atmosphere.
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