Sorry, do not know what happened to my post. I shall try again.
I have been watching the guidance models as to Katia's movement/path and that the upper ridge she is moving S of will have a weak area in which most models have seemed to agree, she will, at that point, take a more NW path than her current WNW path.
As someone who lives in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, I still feel that I should keep a watchful eye on Katia because there are so many factors that could steer her course. Seems to me that last year Earl was predicted to take similar Path as Katia and we all know St. Thomas got hit pretty well with Earl.
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