AND SHOW YOU THE LATEST SATELLITE. REALLY IMPRESSIVE. YOU CAN SEE THAT WELL DEFINED EYE 20 MILES ACROSS NOW. IT IS SLOWLY MOVING INTO THE BA LA MASS. YOU CAN SEE DOWN INTO THE STORM — BAHAMAS. YOU CAN SEE ALL OF THAT DOWN INTO THE STORM. WE’RE SEEING WIND EXCESS, 185 WAS THE HIGHEST WE SAW HERE. WEST MOVEMENT, JUST LIKE LAST LIGHT, BUT THE PRESSURE IS LOWER. IT IS 934. THE LOWER THE NUMBER, THE STRONGER THE STORM. AS IT LOWS DOWN, AS IT LOSES SOME OF THE STEERING CURRENTS, IT COULD STALL A LITTLE BIT AND THEN START TO MAKE THAT FORWARD MOTION AND START TO ACCELERATE THAT TIMING ON THAT STALL AND THE SLOW DOWN AND THE TURN TO THE NORTH IS COMPLETELY KEY BECAUSE IF IT IS DELAYED, IT COULD BE FARTHER INLAND HERE AND ACTUALLY MAKE A LANDFALL. IF IT TURN AS LITTLE SOONER, IT COULD BE ON THIS SIDE OF THE CONE WHICH WILL KEEP IT WELL OUT TO SEA AFTER LOT OF VARIABLES NOW. WE JUST HAVE TO BE PREPARED, ESPECIALLY IF YOU HAVE INTERESTS ALONG OUR COASTLINE FOR THE POTENTIAL OF A HURRICANE MOVING RIGHT ALONG OUR COAST AS WE GET INTO THURSDAY OF THIS COMING WEEK. THIS IS THE EUROPEAN MODEL KEEPING IT OVER OPEN WATERS AND REALLY CLOSE TO OUR COASTLINE AS WE GET INTO THURSDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY FRIDAY MORNING EXITING THE AREA. THE SEAS ARE GOING TO BE HIJACK. ALONG THE COASTLINE WE’RE GOING TO HAVE 12, 14-FOOT SEAS. WE’RE GOING TO HAVE BEACH EROSION. THE BIGGEST SWELL ALSO BE OFFSHORE. WE’RE GOING TO HAVE SOME ISSUES ON THE OUTER BANKS AS WELL IF THE STORM DOES VERIFY AND MOVE THAT CLOSE. WE CALL IT TIGHT GRADIENT FROM NOT MUCH RAIN AT ALL TO SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT. THIS IS THE EUROPEAN MODEL. DON’T TAKE THESE NUMBERS AS A FORECAST JUST YET. I JUST WANT TO SHOW YOU WHEN WE HAVE A COMPACT STORM LIKE THIS, WE’RE REALLY DEALING WITH A SHORT GRADIENT. IT IS MORE BULLISH OBJECT THE AMOUNT, BUT YOU GET THE IDEA FROM HARDLY ANYTHING TO QUITE A BIT OF RAIN SO ANY DEVIATION ONE WAY OR THE OTHER CAN BE A HUGE DIFFERENCE ON WHAT TO EXPECT. ONCE THE TUB TO THE