Oh Frank, Javelin (et al in the path)--now is the time to track the wobbles via radar if you can get the loops. The movements there will be more readily apparent than by satellite. Sometimes these wobbles aren't what they appear on satellite--esp. infrared.
I've just pulled up the Mobile long range, and the entire eye is now visible--which should really help you guys with where you end up in the eyewall. Unfortunately, I've just realized that despite my passion for US geography (anyone ever notice that people intersted in weather or always also interested in geography???), I don't exactly know where Biloxi is in relation to the Miss. coastline.
Anyway, extrapolating out the current motion looks to put the eye ashore on the Ala/Miss boarder.
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