This is Jeannes path that I just observed the GFDL saying, try and follow because it's very confusing. It first starts out with a NW motion followed by a more north motion to NNE motion for about 3 days, then it acclerates away from the Bahamas and then does a loop and comes back down to about the lat of South Florida. By the time it's there, the GFDL is indicating a moderate trough in the mid-west approaching the east coast. If this is a accurate forecast which I'm not to sure then this could be more of a Hatteras storm then a Florida storm. Hopefully Jeanne will make up her mind and it will be more clear, but for now I'm stuck in a rut.
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