(Weather Guru)
Thu Sep 07 2017 01:52 PM


Seems to be running slightly North of the forecast points. What, if anything, might that mean?

Could be a lot of things.

Most likely it's a wobble, but I've also seen storms that parallel PR and Hispaniola move north to "avoid" land friction.

I'd guess there will be a bit of a more of a westerly bend to compensate soon, but if it keeps moving north of the line, that would indicate a weaker Bermuda High and a Florida miss.

Don't count on it, thought. Hurricanes wobble all the time.

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