Quote: I think people are misinterpreting the COC on radar. It's actually just south of the radar's edge, and you can tell its moving WNW-NW this morning. I'll post an image in one second..
I agree with your center fix, but it still appears that movement has been WNW for several hours. The main area of convection north of the COC is overwhelmingly moving off toward the west, indicating to me that the northward turn is not incipient.
That's classic with storms because of upperlevel winds. As it restrengthens, it will bring the CDC back over the center, but we need to focus on the center. It had been moving WNW, but I think it's started moving NW again in the last few frames on Key West LR radar.
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