I don't know if there will be enough left of Ivan for that, but the GFS still insists on keeping a little piece separate from Jeanne, which looks like a drunken sailor trying to walk on his ship. Earlier, when I saw a sat pic of Jeanne, it did look like it had some cold-core characteristics, then it spit out its center. I was suprised by the 5 pm discussion, but obviously, they know what they saw. If it sits and spins out there as long as they think, it might be hard-pressed to get real strong as it churns up cooler water beneath it. Forecasting that type of track should be done with a larger eraser though.
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