May just be me thinkin, but i think and based on what i see and bonnie may come ashore farther north (west) than expected and as a Hurricane.... i notice that the "hanging" front looks to be weaker to north of storm than i first thought... this goes back to what i thought yesterday.... the low that was over the mobile region has produce alot of shower activity well ahead of storm (which i think is influenced by Bonnie now) and appears to be drifting more north now... question is will bonnie do as alex.... i think somewhat yes... the "shear" to north is pretty strong but also look over near the houston area....???? shear looks to be heading south, could that be a sign of Bonnie getting bigger?
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