interesting because FLorida NWS offices like a trough albeit weak to come down late in the weekend which may be responsible for slowing the system down late in the period but of course not picking it up because its weak and than the trough pulls out and we know what happens then..the ridge builds back in and our system starts a wnw again..we saw hints of this yesterday on some of the models. gfs is confused as it doesnt seem to handle this scenario well. isable gets stuck after making to around PR and than resumes its motion as trough pulls out if in fact trough has any influence on the system at all. its going to take alot to knock down the big ridge that is buildoing in..if the ridge is actually strong enough to push a system wsw for a day or two we know its a monster and wont erode easily.
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