By far, the NYT has the best Irene tracker graphic, pinpointing exactly where the eye of the
hurricane tropical storm is at any given hour.
As of 7:15 a.m. this morning, the graphic had the eye of storm off the coast of southern New Jersey.
Frankly, the estimated timetable of the storm has been all over the map, no pun intended. At first they said the full force of the storm would hit New England late today, early tomorrow morning. Then the estimates began to shift a bit, with predictions that the storm would hit early this morning. Now it looks like it’s back to late today/early tomorrow morning. We’re just pointing it out.