Same here Bruce.... still looks west to me but you read the NHC's 5 am discussion and it appears to me they are even more confident of the north shift, esp after getting recon and NOAA jet data... usually they'll mention any uncertainies if they have them in the forecast but with Fabian they seem very confident... they better be....
As much as I don't want to mention it there is an interesting flare up of convection in the west car again, pressures along the Honduran coast are in the 1011-1012 range... but with a Cat 4 on the map who really cares...
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