The main steering current will be the upper level ridge on the east coast today, it's being "squashed" or elongated east to west and therefore affecting Jeanne. Depending on how ridge gets out of there or how fast will determine how far west the storm travels. The ridge is indicated by the NHC as more elliptical then usual and therfore make Jeanne not move as north.
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