The consensus among the computer models is that Gabrielle will get picked up by the trough that brings a cold front through the Eastern United States late in the weekend. Of course, it's still possible that Gabrielle is too far south to get turned to the north and east by that trough. We would focus more on the first 72 hours of Gabrielle's track rather than the turn and acceleration to the northeast. Remember, it was just a couple of days ago that Gabrielle was given a 10-20% chance of forming, and here it is.

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