Here's my thought if it moves more westward like a few of those models were suggesting, if it does so it may be a much more sheared system, in fact it may cease to be Karen, if it does the remains could slip further westward and then could potentially form into something else. Ie, dissipating then reforming.
Ie, the stronger Karen remains the further north it will go, if it remains weak or falls apart it would likely slip further west. I do think the models are letting go of shear too early.
Chances are still pretty high this misses land altogether, and that is good news.
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