I think I was the one who said it was moving erratically, or at least moving erratically between E and W superimposed on a northward drift. I think we are talking about the same thing, only using different semantics. I'm still more focused on the inner eyewall, though that may not be appropriate for much longer. Most of the outer eyewall is over water and it appears to be maintaining itself quite well.
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