She still seems to be heading in a WNW direction, though the storm seems to be stretched east to west a bit and there might have been a slight wobble to the left. This leads me to believe, and since she's above 20N lattitude now, that the leewards may be out of the woods, unless a W and WSW movement starts soon. It'll be intersesting to see the next model runs to see if they track her more north than originally forecasted.
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