anyway.... don't see what would make that dramatic of a NE turn at that long as those models show (north maybe...NE?) so for now will chalk those tracks up to bad data input and wait to see the next few model runs.
Beautiful...looks worse now than earlier but thats fine with me cause early organized storms would have more of a tendency to recurve far out so...let it go nice and slow and will keep watching.
Later...watching THE GAME right now on TV..priorities, ya know...
btw.. unreal beautiful tropical sunset after a wild lightning storm to the south...beautiful
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