Yeah, maybe just a random thing, but if it keeps it up, it means it shoots the gap between Cuba and Jamaica and never hits land. It was showing it cutting across that SE tip, not it barely touches it. A little means a lot with such a sharp angle to Florida. That's the one big "mistake" of the NHC on location, is hitting Ft Meyers instead of Tampa, but it was a tiny difference in angle.
Almost all the models are to the west of the NHC now, all the all-stars on Skeetobite's list are. If it's a toss of a coin, prudence in prediction would be to warn the closest one.
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