Looks like the NE quadrant of the storm has really dried out for the time being. Overall, though, the system looks better than it did last night... there is actually an inner core, albeit one that is not completely closed around the center.
Also, the system appears to be headed due west right now, a trend which would spare the Keys a worse fate if it holds for the next few hours.
Edited by Thunderbird12 (Tue Sep 20 2005 10:36 AM)
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