Right now, the model that seems to be handling things best out of the majors is the LBAR. It has been pretty consistent on the south edge of the cone. I am thinking that it might have the right idea. The storm stays weaker and so persists more to the west. It would then miss most of othe effects of Haiti and threaten Jamaica. Staying a bit south then allows it to strengthen more rapidly leading it to cross Cuba more sharply and heading into the Florida Straights.
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