Sun Sep 26 2004 01:15 PM
Jeanne Inland, Still Moving West to West Northwest

Jeanne has slowed down a bit, the much touted turn to the north might actually accur inland today as some projections indicated. The NHC's track hasn't been too far off since it made landfall.

Original Update
Hurricane Jeanne has been inland overnight since landfall . The center is located just a bit south of Bartow right now and it's still chugging away to the west, with the northerly component finally showing up some. Unfortunately it's still just a hair further west than even the 5AM track this morning so it may wind up staying over the Gulf of Mexico a little longer, but not enough to restrengthen to category 3.

The forward motion has slowed a bit down to 12MPH, but it's still moving faster than Frances did. Winds are still being felt on the coast to the east, and damage reports right now are scarce. But should start flowing in soon.

Many people in central Florida are without power now, the further north you go the less widespread it is.

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