As things presently seem to be playing out it is doubtful the storm will get past 73 west. However the forward motion to the west is likely to reduce from the present 13 mph. The influence of the upper low is being felt as far south as the W/ Caribbean area west of 75 W. and is producing a general NNE flow and the anticyclonic push from the SW.US is progressing at a slower pace to the east and so is unlikely to neutralize the North-northeasterly steering flow before it is felt by the storm. Once it is caught in that flow I think it goes with it as there is little chance that an interruption in that flow from the west will materialize for several days yet. Just my opinion...
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