Quote: So based on the latest tracks, a northward turn is expected, which would result in FL being avoided altogether. I am from SE FL, and I'm just wondering what the chances are of this system affecting my area. Yesterday the tracks had me more nervous, but there seems to be a trend in that the tracks continue to shift to the east.
It is not even a TD yet,so the models are generally not that accurate at this stage of a system.I myself don't really pay that much attention to the models till it becomes a TS.It is inching closer,so it needs to be watched closely.
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