may not be a jog...it looks pretty solid to me, not a wobble but a turn; the trough is approaching TX now from N.Mex and it is approaching at twice the speed that Ivan is moving...looks like a good push too. I expect the discussion to deal with this as it did last night at this time. (remember a NNW move yesterday and a prediciton of a return to NW and it did so.) If Ivan is being influenced by the ATl ridge and is following that flow, then is the ridge influence puling out sooner than forecast? We'll have to see.
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