Quote: Last few radar loops look to have a much more westerly motion. Perhaps this is part of the eyewall replacement cycle and the eye is sorting itself out.
That was my observation as well. Its like he slammed into Freeport and just stopped, then juked to the left (west) and is now getting back on his feet. He was east of projected location until the cone adjusted at the 5PM update. Recon reports confirm this motion if you check the plotted low pressure points.
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