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Hurricane Rina track: Where is the storm headed next? (GALLERY)

October 27, 2011 - 05:00 AM
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Hurricane Rina weakened somewhat by Wednesday evening, but the tempest is still throwing out uncouth amounts of rain and wind as it crawls near Florida.

Florida falls within the zero to 20 percent probability of being visited by next Monday by sustained, tropical storm-force winds (39 m.p.h. or more). A couple weather models do indeed think Rina will beat a path toward Florida, BUT...8 Photos
(Photo: National Hurricane Center/NOAA, NASA | Date: Oct. 26, 2011)

Hurricane Rina zoomed into formation this weekend with lightning-quick speed (not to mention plain ol' lightning). The storm is bringing the lash to Cancun, Cozumel and other Mexican resort towns on the Yucatan Peninsula. But where will Rina wander next?

Some weather models have the hurricane lunging toward Florida. Yet others think it will beat a path to west Cuba, and then turn south. See where the tempest is right now in these satellite photos and where it's likely to head according to NOAA forecast maps. Info was captured late Wednesday evening; check with the National Hurricane Center for updates. (LINK TO PHOTO GALLERY.)

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