Problem with JB is he's stubborn as a mule. Once he makes up his mind he'll devise a scenaio in his head as to how it will happen (AKA, drinking you're own bath water). On the other hand, don't dismiss the possibility that after the Keys Dennis may turn to the WNW. It is possible. I don't buy it, but this is a tough one!! Like Ed D. said earlier, he's rounding the subtropical ridge and will eventually take a NNW trajectory. That is IF the high in the plains doesn't suppress and couple with a building ridge in the Western Atlantic. I personally don't see any ridge building there right now. Just a small surface ridge petering out off the east coast. Time will tell the tale, but NO this won't exit the western tip of Cuba....utter nonsense. He has slowed to a crawl though
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