Yeah, I think it will maintain *some* vertical structure, but it's not a very deep system at all -- I think even 400mb might be a little generous. As long as it has some vertical structure, I think we'll not see Alberto just slide to the NW-NNW until landfall...but I also don't think we'll see a dramatic turn NE unless reformation/elongation occurs. Granted, that is a distinct possibility, but as I mentioned before, color me a tad skeptical until I see some evidence of it occurring.
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