I don't post often, as a matter of fact I think this is my second post in about four years or so. I hope I'm in the right forum for this question. Being in the Tampa bay area it is understandable that I watched Fay with great interest. Long story short, the local mets have something called VIPIR that seems to have nailed Fays track down to the mile. Is this a fluke? The spaghetti plots were coming together towards landfall but VIPIR had the track all along.
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