A friend was here and was so blown away by what Norcross said they wrote bits and pieces down. Told me if others hadnt seen it they'd have thought they were dreaming as he rarely outright goes against NHC. But being a Miamian when Norcross says something I give it more weight than something online or by a forecaster I dont know as well.
Said pointing to the track of NHC "whole bunch of supposition"
He said the whole tropical picture was going to get "complicated and strange"
Called Jeanne tenacious and worth watching.
pointed to the track for the next five days and said "for some reason they seem to believe their forecast makes sense"
then he went into this long drawn out explanation of how ivan's remants would end up off the coast of florida and would move sw across the state and depending on if ivan's remnants do something more than rain.. it could steal jeanne's chance or jeanne could negate ivan or they could both go west but I dont have the exact quotes here because my friend stopped writing and stared with their mouth wide open in shock
as much as i trust many here, as much as i trust nhc... when norcross questions they on air... there has to be a very good reason, its not like him
now 2 days later i can see why he said what he did
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