HLonney, the details of Dr. Gray's update aren't posted at his site yet, but the news said the numbers now are 13/9/3. Just do a search on Dr. Gray on CSU and you'll get it, but its probably not available until later today. My guess at the WNW movement is that it was predicted all along. Also, this system is not deep so the steering will be affected by the 850 mb heights' flow, probably from the Bahamas low. In fact, I posted a few days ago that the ULL was showing signs that it seemed to be working its way down to mid-levels. This might have an effect on the track Chris. Maybe Clark and HF etc., can help explain. Chris & Debby never seem to fare very well crossing the Atlantic.....at least they didn't last time around. Seems Chris dissipated a few years ago after cranking up real well over the central Atlantic, and Debby skidded out near Cuba trying to make a hard right turn. Oh well, that's a good thing, but I better not jinx it.
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