not at all..many long trackers have made it to the usa..each system is different and the weather patterns that dictate their track. this one looks to my like at least a SE Bahamas systema nd quite honestly no reason at this point to think it is stopping its wnw track at that point..read nhc discussion...the most important info from that is...THIS IS
CONSISTENT WITH THE DEVELOPING SYNOPTIC PATTERN...WHICH INDICATES
THAT THE SUBTROPICAL RIDGE ALONG 32N LATITUDE SHOULD GRADUALLY
SHIFT WESTWARD AND PERHAPS EVEN CLOSE OFF A 500 MB HEIGHT CENTER A
COUPLE HUNDRED MILES SOUTHEAST OF BERMUDA
that high building in will drive it wnw or even west woth no exit for the system...this one is coming at least 10 degrees farther W than fabian, at least!!
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