True, Frank... the faster Jeanne moves the more lilklihood for it to strike slightly further south and penetrate well into the peninsula.
Last night I felt that some folks were stretching things when they predicted a GOM reentry. With Jeanne speeding up and the center of the high continuing a push southward, as noted in the NHC update, this is no longer looking too far fetched.
IMO, those comments in the NHC 5:00 p.m. discussion have set up a possible westward track revision in the next update or two.
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