Irma has done a few interesting things in the last 24 hours. If you're obsessively observing the radar updates, like about a few hundred thousand Floridians, you would have seen the storm stick on the northern coast of Cuba long past the expected right hand turn. After that turn the path has been farther to the east (right) of the predicted path. You can read that as it taking a harder right hand turn and going closer to straight north rather than a sweeping turn with a more northwesterly path.
2004's Charley came ashore with 150 mph winds.
Florida's west coast is going to get the whacking that the east coast was expecting to get just a few days ago.
As for us, it's just a
Since I'm a bit reluctant to do too much in the shop, should we lose power, I'll probably sit here and do updates if anything interesting goes on.