give it 'til tomorrow. if that wnw movement hasnt bent to the left by then, we can start wondering if the storm is going to just keep going on its merry way well north of the islands. as far as all these wobbles go.. i mean, there isn't a lot of useful information they provide us. if a storm is three hours from landfall wobbles can have large effects on exactly where the core of the storm goes.. but 1200 miles out in the atlantic theyre irrelevant.
i offer an alternative: there are larger scale forces at work here than the wobbling eye of a large hurricane.. lots of global atmospheric indicators, stuff that joe bastardi always refers to. i've never gone to any lengths to dig up any of the info, other than a link to the SOI index i gleaned off of steve. last night i made a forum post for folks to add their input on this stuff.. i'm going to start it off with some SOI info later. so, if you want to do more than watch wobbles and wishcast, check it out later tonight, and i'll have an SOI link and some general information posted.
take it easy everybody.
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