This will provide a day to day tracking of Hurricane Irma. If you study the air currents, you can see its projected path as they change over time. Right now, Irma is projected to move toward Puerto Rico, then take a turn northward, maybe going up the east coast but out to sea a bit, or maybe striking S Florida or else where up the coast. We don't yet know which. There are other computer path projections online here and there which give tracking lines, but this one is kinda like you can be your own weather forecaster, which makes it unique.
At this time, the concern of Irma, especially following Harvey, should be uppermost in mind to anyone living along the east and gulf coasts. We see it a long way off, but this one is powerful and will gain strength as it moves westward.