I say this with kindness because ALL storms are crazy: do not watch every bobble/jump/west/east/north/south movement in a couple of loops or YOU will go crazy.
Ernesto is just coming off of Hispaniola...and he will jump every now and then. Until you see it happening for a while -- like 3-6 hours --- it is nothing more but the norm with a tropical cyclone. If it's a trend, they NHC will let you know.
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