Been watching the sat loops lately, and the WV loop is of particular interest to me. It appears that Jeanne is getting stretched out a little. You can clearly see the high building down almost right on top of her, and part of the convection surrounding her heads back east, and another part gets pulled up to the NW towards the SC/GA border. The high even seems to building down just in front of her a bit, and it will be interesting to see exactly how far south it can get.
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