Quote: While the ridge continues to pound down on Jeanne and keep her moving west...her own outflow is preventing the trof from sliding further east...
Damn wv...I don't like what I'm seeing in terms of any recurvature in the next 48 hours...
Maybe a real met could tell me I'm wrong (and I hope to hell I am).
Phil, IF this turns out to be meaningful, and it may be, it just moves the track away from the Central East coast. This won't help Stuart or Ft Pierce and PB much, but it might mitigate the damage in the more Northern coastal towns. C'ant win for losing. I hate being spared at the expense of others, but I do appreciate being spared! BUT, it is still just a forecast until it happens so it remains a question for all of us. For now, I'm forced to assume the NHC viewpoint is what I need to plan for and pray it is just another exercise to find a place to put all of the several hundreds of dollars worth of non-perishable food that tastes like yuk and that even the cat refuses to eat, but doesn't rot.....unfortunately.
A forecast is NOT a promise!
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