Single Status Update
More and more models seem to be tracking more towards the west, meaning that chances of a direct hit on the Florida peninsula seem to be going down. In other words, I may not be seeing the eyewall.
However, the panhandle might be seeing more action. That being said, it also means the peninsula will be seeing the second-worst place of the hurricane (after the eyewall), which is the northeastern quadrant notorious for having some of the strongest winds in the hurricane.
Btw, last day of updates will be tomorrow, then I go silent for the big storm on Sunday.