(Weather Guru)
Fri Jun 10 2005 03:45 PM
Re: Hurricane Watches and TS Warnings at 1100

I've been watching the sat loops for a little while now, and it looks to me like she's tracked a little more W than N over the last few frames. Though, she's still so disorganized it's hard to see any definite movements. Like had been stated previously though, a stronger/more organized storm would probably track more north and landfall would shift a bit east. A less organized one and the track would be more to the west.

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