"a fish spinner folks can ooh and aah over without feeling like they're egging on a killer."
But what about the fish?
On Jeanne, one thing the NHC is going against is the "Debbie" end and calling this storm a fighter(Thanks if Ivan stays on course to the NC).
Quote: SHOULD JEANNE TURN MORE NORTHWARD IT COULD FIND ITSELF UNDER A MORE FAVORABLE UPPER PATTERN IN A COUPLE OF DAYS...WHILE A MORE WESTWARD TRACK WOULD KEEP JEANNE UNDER UNFAVORABLE SOUTHWESTERLY SHEAR. THUS IT WOULD SEEM UNLIKELY THAT A STRONG SYSTEM COULD MAKE ANY SIGNIFICANT WEST-NORTHWESTWARD PROGRESS. IN FACT...A NOT UNREASONABLE ALTERNATIVE TO THE FORECAST BELOW WOULD BE FOR THE LOW-LEVEL CENTER TO CONTINUE TO THE WEST-NORTHWEST AND DISSIPATE...AS DEBBY DID IN THIS AREA FOUR YEARS AGO.
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