The NHC must be pulling hair, I would. They have it doing loops, prob. the hardest thing to do on a 5 day forecast map they may need a bigger eraser. The model runs from weather underground look like lines to me, that's why I like to see the storm actually moving and where the wind and rain take place. I have been noticing that models have been developing the right side more than the left, when you look up close at a fine-mesh model. I think they associate greater wind speed with a stronger rain and a lower pressure when it is really just the foward motion created by the motion of the storm. Unless I am totally wrong and models just like to develop the right side of hurricanes more then the left.
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