I posted on the last thread before I was aware of this new one but in it I said that looking at the WV loops and thought there might be a chance that Ivan could go more on a northerly track and miss Florida to the east. I still think the upper low to the ne of him is having some sort of effect. I may have said something else in that post but I don't recall everything I said. It is on the old thread,though.
Here's your post from the previous forum:
Again, I'm not that good at looking at the wv and telling what will effect these storms so bear with me but it looks like to me that Ivan may want to go on a more northerly track much sooner than expected and miss Florida altogether. Please correct me if I'm way off here, but please be nice...LOL!
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