Something else I have noticed about the flow around what once was Lee. The "training" precipitation is flowing more out of the SE than out of the southerly direction. Katia is also still showing a slight westerly component to her northerly movement, not N or NNE as forecast. My worry is that the slight reorientation of the flow is enough to pull Katia slightly more west affecting Cape Cod. It will have to turn soon to hit NHC's next forecast point
-------------------- Born into Cleo (64)...been stuck on em ever since
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