just checked the high speed floater, and it appears in the last two frames to have gone back NW again. Now that could be fatigue, but that's what I see. Besides, as I said earlier, They have forecast a NNW track most of the way. It was only supposed to go NW for a little while.
I know that it could make a big difference in the final destination, but I'm not convinced it was anything more than a wobble right.
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