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July 20, 2005

Emily Inches South

travel jamaica hurrican emily model While Hurricane Emily is in the history books now, you may want to consider travel and vacation insurance during hurricane season if you vacation around the Carribean.

The current predicted track on Emily (click on the link in the column to the right) is significantly different from early yesterday, demonstrating how difficult such prognostications are. The mid-day track moved the path further south, talking the storm away from a direct hit on eastern Cuba and right over Jamaica. This morning, NHC adjusted it even more to the south, on a path that misses most of the big Caribbean islands and points Emily right at Cozumel on the Mexican peninsula. The cruise lines are probably keeping an eye on that, as that small town is a very popular tourist stop in the Gulf.


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Posted on July 20, 2005 07:49 AM by jamaic132.
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