It would be unusual for a storm like this to not wander around on its track. These are very large and extemely complex systems. Someone on this board has a statement in their signature that talks about storms dancing on satellite. That is the best way to think of it. A storm is not marching in a straight line with a specific destination. It dances around a general direction and wanders here and there along the way. That is why the NHC doesn't make major changes in the forecasted track based on a jog here or a jog there. You will also notice that all the posts on this board like "Oh my God it jogged North, it is going to hit *important city*" are posts by relative newcomers to this site. Those of us that have been hanging around here awhile have come to understand that the little changes don't matter. Take a break, take a nap, get a good night's sleep. The little changes don't matter.
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