Well my forcast on how it cuts across florida is actually 6-12 hours before JB,, but since he posts his the following mornings, IM sure we thought about it around the same time. Couple nights ago I posted that I feel there was a better chance that Jeanne would move up to near 75-77W and near 29N. Most models then too her into the Carolinas but I said she might do a loop and head sw-wsw-w into florida between 27N and 28.5. I think it might be just a day or 2 later like Weds-Thurs but Im not going out of what I see happening unless the ridge doesnt stick out to the east to 70W. She is currently 1.5dg east of where I expected her from 5 days back. Not bad but not good cause she moved alittle slower then I saw. Anyways forecast is still on track but adjusted just east to near 29N and 71-72W before the loop and turn back to the wsw on Monday. I still feel also she will become a strong hurricane unless she somehow losses her circulation during the next 12 hrs.
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