You can click on each location point, and a little baloon will pop up. There's a little orange button, if you click on it, it will show a line giving the predicted path at that time. For instance, click on the third from the end, the 5pm location and when the ballon comes up, click on the orange button, the predicted path will show up. 8pm and 11pm are well south of it.
I guess the idea is that it will just turn more radically when it does turn, but even so, that puts it over water, not brushing land the whole way.
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