firestar_1, I'm not sure I'm following what you're talking about. I can't see any feature directly above (by that, I assume you mean north of) Emily on any satellite channel; there is a ridge of high pressure aloft, but that doesn't appear to be moving to any large degree.
As an aside, the earlier west-southwest motion appears to have leveled out somewhat. On this path, Trinidad and Tobago would be most in line for this storm, keeping it just offshore of the S. American coastline...akin to Ivan, albeit much, much weaker. NHC 11pm advisory due out in the next 10-15 minutes; expect some advisory to be posted for Trinidad at that time.
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