It’s hard to ignore all these storm tracks.
Will Hurricane Lee go out to sea? Hit the East Coast? Slam Canada?
There are lots of hurricane models out there, often called “spaghetti models,” that show possibilities.
The best advice? Prepare for a storm, but use the National Hurricane Center’s five-day forecast track as the authoritative course.
And right now, the hurricane center predicts Lee will turn north mid-week and stay clear of Florida.
But what do some of those spaghetti models show?
Let’s take look at projected models released Saturday:
Internet smart jokesters think they look like this:
The best advice: Know all the possibilities, but focus on the hurricane center forecast track, which on Saturday, looked like this:
Miami Herald staff writer Grethel Aguila contributed to this report