I the ULL actually has converging winds so the hurricane would near it but wouldn't block it though Jeanne coil some dry air into it's circulation. The ridge digging down from the mid-west followed by a cold front is going to do the blocking, how much is uncertain. The ridge will then spilt at it's weakness and leave a channel for Jeanne to ride out to become extra-tropical; again the strength of the ridge is uncertain.
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