Looks like the model charts have once again changed. It was Florida then this AM Charleston area. Now the it looks more north and west and Florida is less of a possibility. It's suppossed to get bigger as well if it doesn't hit land in the Carolinas.

It's definately one to keep an eye on.

With the exception of the GFDL model which still wants to move Irene up the spine of the state of Florida, all other models now show a threat anywhere from South Carolina to New England.

The GFS continues to take Irene further northward to offshore of Newport News, VA by Sunday at 8:00 AM. The GFS also shows Irene’s size increasing greatly. If this trend continue everyone with interests from the Carolinas to New England will need to closely watch the progress of Irene.