For fun, let’s see who’s got the most accurate projected path.
Ok, so the graphics side by side don’t really give you a way to gauge this… dig around.
The infographics and surrounding stories love to promote “worst case” even if that worst case really isn’t likely. No one will read the stories and visit these sites if the authors don’t keep the hint of major land impact. Duh. The trouble with this kind of news reporting is that it becomes hard to trust these graphics and stories if they stretch the facts and the worst case scenario doesn’t come to pass. Methinks this is part of the issue the news media has when the public doesn’t respond when a storm is actually on target for a population center. Then again, if you don’t report worst case scenario, no one pays attention until it’s too late.