A couple of quick points for all of us to keep in mind.
Always best not to focus too much on the exact center line forecast track -
*Average NHC track errors are about 175 and 225 miles at days 4 and 5, respectively. A simple rounding error could have Irma tracking over the islands and into the GOM, and all but miss Florida. Or, possibly, recurving out to sea and not touching any land directly at all.
*Damaging winds, extreme rainfall and tornadoes extend well out from any hurricane's center.
The right time to prepare for a hurricane if you live where they historically can strike is always, and now.
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