93L is getting better organized south of D.R. still though a North movement is expected to begin later tonight into Weds with a NNE trend to it along the cold front. A path more North is expect along days 3-4 before a turn back NE into the westerlys. I doubt this will make a landfall in the U.S. though Cape Cod has the best chance.
93L hasnt moved S or west as alot have speculated. It's just reorganizing over the water south of the D.R. As 93L gets better organized, it will get pulled NNE.
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