Been watching the loops for a little while now. It appeared that Jeanne had gained just a bit of latitude, but then at the last frame she appears to move just a hair south of due west. Like someone else mentioned some of the models(GFS/GFDL) did not have Jeanne moving at 14+mph at this point in time(if at ever). Even the UKMET, etc were calling for about 12mph. Any more increase in forward motion would probably shift the track that much further west. Either way this storm is close and only getting closer. Any faster movement to the west and it pushes up that timeline that much more.
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