Could the tightening and developing into a major hurricane itself. cause Charley to inhibit it's forward motion?
As the storm tightens, it develops it's own high pressure ridge at some point, and in my mind, it becomes powerful enough to somewhat ignore steering currents. After all, this storm has power in and of itself.
Just throwing stuff out there to talk about gang. I am no expert...just reading my posts is proof of that..
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