it is still early in the game and it will be interesting to see exactly where they pinpoint the center of circulation. i would think if this comes together somewhat quickly the models might get a little better handle on it. the center being north of where it was originally certainly plays a major role in where this might end up going. the LBAR is certainly odd, but that model quite often seems to be a bit interesting if i recall. i havent seen or heard of any type of front pushing down anytime soon that would cause the sharp turn. will be interesting to see what the cone looks like at 5. the strength of it will play the big role, but with the weekend coming up it might a good idea to make sure that everyone has what they need if this looks like a mid-week arrival.
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