If you go with this view you can see that she is very together this morning. Also, on various imagery you can see what most likely is a developing tail that will funnel moisture up into her system and bands will start forming if this process continues. Her "pocket" is becoming more evident, it's the best she has looked... I expect her strength to be upped at 11 and minimal tropical storms rarely have "bands" so you can't judge by that.
Track for now is west and if she is slowing, she could feel the pull towards the right and start climbing in lat.
I wouldn't buy into the Hispanola windbreak idea until we see if she does a crossing or not and if so where. A crossing through the Windward Passage and over NE Cuba would be a different scenario.
If her current trend continues we will be worrying more on where she is going and how strong she will get and less on her confusing past.
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