Sun Sep 07 2008 11:39 PM
Re: My long term perdictions for IKE

Just to clarify, it's pretty much on the track, still moving due west and recon verfies that as well. I think the NHC's path is going to right on for the next 12 hours or so.

Indeed it looks like Florida is going to miss the worst of it, (Keys will see some effects as it will get pretty close), but the cone at large is off of Florida for good reason I think. Points west, Louisiana or Texas still the most likely, but a good way to go to determine that. Mexico isn't out of the question either. Points east will still want to watch closely until Ike clears Cuba, though. But it's important to note that those places are a lot less likely to see anything.

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