First, the National Hurricane Center is tracking Tropical Storm Edouard at nhc.noaa.gov.
In my spare time — since SAIC is contracted to NASA, and NASA called off work at Johnson Space Center after noon today and all day tomorrow — I did a crude conversion of the Tropical Storm Edouard 3-day forecast from the nhc.noaa.gov site to Google Earth.
You should really check it out as a larger map.
Do you use Google Earth? Here’s a Network Link .kmz file for the storm track: Tropical Storm Edouard.kmz. (Network File means that if you save it to your My Places, it will update as I update the info for it.)
I was curious how close the center of the storm was going to pass to my apartment. My apartment is the star on the map. As of 20:00 on 4 August, the storm track is predicted to pass about 7 km northeast of me (+/- all of the inaccuracies, so ~10km). We’ll see what happens…