Well, Ernesto has been interacting with land all day long. Generally, it will take a while for a storm to get his/her/its act together after that (i.e., he's trying to reorganize) and the forward speed may slow down while this happens. If this is the case, it will probably have been mentioned in the last full discussion -- you may want to check there.
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