Ernesto has made landfall twice, once in the Keys near islamorada, and another time along mainland Monroe county. It is moving generally toward the north northwest and will continue along the route and eventually turn northeastward later today. The center is around 45 miles west of Miami.
It will cause fair amounts of rain, but overall will not be a too serious event for the state.
Pressures have gone down a bit, but the storm itself has not strengthened all that much. It will likely either hold onto tropical storm strength (because of rainbands) or become a depression during the day, possibly reintensifying when it emerges over the Atlantic.
Mosty a rainmaker (and not a really great one at that), and gusts of around 30mph will be felt in Central Florida.
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