That's certainly an interesting model run TG.. you take the average of em and boy Puerto Rico and Cycloneye might have a serious problem on their hands... I have not look at much data tonight but my first guess would be the ridge building back into the area and Isadore being steered by the southern most edge of the ridge's perimeter.... tropical systems just love to ride the outer perimeters of these big high pressure ridges.. great for steering..... and when you have them around it makes for an easier forcast for where they might go..... just my guess however as to the WSW track...
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