As I have seen many times over the years interaction with land not only weakens a system but can also change it's direction from a forecast track.I just find it hard to believe that it will stay on the straight line over Cuba.Given how close it will be to all of South Florida where ever it comes off the north coast of Cuba and the very warm water between Cuba and S. Florida it needs to be watched VERY closely by people on both sides of S.Florida. So for me all bets are off on the track and intensity until it comes off Cuba most likely on Sunday.
Gloria,Bob,Katrina,Wilma and a bunch of tropical storms.
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