Quote: Is it me, or is this thing heading directly north over east Cuba. I do not see it moving over a large area of Cuba. Looks like it may stay east of Florida altogether???
I don't think that's possible at this point because of the ridge of high pressure to the north and east of the storm, as well as the low pressure that may inflict some pressure on it to stick to a WNW after it comes off of the Cuban coast, then N and NE as the ridge weakens further and the trough digs down into the GOM.
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