Jeez..... I had stepped away from the computer since last posting and ........ I really was not prepared to see 97L with convective banding! Um, as suggested by other posters as well, I would assume that a more "vertically stacked" system will be one more likely to slightly gain a little latitude; if not immediatly, than certainly as it approaches the islands AND the U.S. East coast trough. Unfortunatly, these large systems are not so easily swung and bounced around, thus considering that it continues to have some solid ridging to its north, than I might assume that a 280-290 heading might ensue sometime tommorrow, but perhaps more likley on Sunday. This quicker than anticipated organization may well spell greater threat to the Florida East coast.
I would guess that tommorrow's 12Z model runs might start to bear out a somewhat more north and east shift, from those currently depicting a more westward direction.
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