I have a bad feeling about this one - the models currently bring it really close to us and all conditions are favorable for development which is why it is given a 90% chance! Now is the time to start getting prepared.
Keep an eye on 93L - soon to be a tropical depression
I use storm carib
Below the big satellite image, there are links to two model tracks: the spaghetti models and another one (in the pink area to the right of 93L Invest)
I also like reading what local correspondents post on the right. Sometimes this is the best place to get information, for example St. Vincent & Grenadines had a lot of damage from the system as it passed over them (this is the system that eventually became Harvey) and they posted a ton of photos.
Also stormcarib has another page with a bunch of satellite and radar images including the Saharan Dust Layer. You get to those by clicking the big radar image at the top of the homepage. This is a low tech site but it it packed with information.
thank you island joan
That "colored spaghetti" tracking map on weathercarib looks more like a northerly track to me. Its forming up quickly though.
I've got a 20' container sailing here, due in STX 2nd week of Septenber.
Glad I took the insurance option.