Viewing the recent loop, it seems to me that the storm as a whole is on a due westerly course, while the eye has rotated a bit to the northwest of center. This could either indicate some minor shear, or even a bit of drag from the mountainous terrain of Hispaniola, even though far to the south. I think tracking the eye alone could be a bit misleading.
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