Okay I know that you all have explained how this loop will happen, but I don't get it - could you explain it in little words so that I am sure to understand. Here is what I don't get 1. Why in the world would it go in a loop at all. 2. How come the loop is the forecast when none of the models from which I think I understand the forecasted track to come show anything like a loop. 3. Someone just said that despite the loop the storm won't come to FL even though it is pointed straight at us - Ubby says it looks like it is getting off the turnpike and heading on vacation. What will turn it before it gets to us.
I kind of understand the general nature of troughs and fronts - troughs pull a storm and fronts push and turn it - I think - but beyond that I am clueless (hence the handle)
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