Okay, I got the info on the slow-down. It's AFTER it makes LANDFALL, near the border of GA/TN. Not good news for them. Now, they keep showing this storm (at least on FNC) moving in a NW direction, which is obviously different from what we are seeing (NNW) and hitting in between eastern LA and Mobile. I have to say that if this NNW/N (at times) trend continues, how can they NOT shift the track to the right at some point in time? Or are they on the line of thinking that it will move back to the NW somewhere down the line? I realize I'm beating a dead horse here; it's just confusing.
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