The weather guys have been pretty good this year so far and they are definitely cautious on this one...the movement is pretty solid north of due west...right on the line predicted...if it flattens out before this time tomorrow I think it will strike land some where,...to me the point of demarcation is 25N/75W ...storms that cross 25N east of that point rarely turn back west...storms that cross 75n south of that point lmor often than not hit land EDS>
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