You know, just because they changed they heading from W to WNW its not big deal IMO, to track the storm's motion to every wobble it takes is a waste, because as of right now in the long run it wont make much if any impact in Fabian's projected course at all, when the forecast turn take's place it'll be a few mile's closer to the US, so instead of being about 300 miles from the US (Im guessing), it'll be 295 maybe. Still far enough away we wont even see the cloud's from Fabian, just the surf, So IMHO there is no point, and its not a big deal the heading is WNW...Plus doesnt it hurt your eye's staring at a satelitte loop all day trackin every small movement the hurricane's eye makes? I know it'd hurt mine lol. But hey all this is my opinion, Im not being mean, or puttin anyone down...Have nice evening ya'll.
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