I think it may resume a nnw motion for a bit once it gets over Cuba.
Thinking the same thing. Moving at like 11:30, 20 till 12 on your watch dial, and nothing to really turn him to the right at the moment. He just doing what canes do, going polar because he can, because he's on the edge of what kept him going west. See him going NNW/N for awhile.
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