Well..is anyone else having trouble following NHC's logic path on Jeannes track on the 5 PM. Seems like that the text supported my earlier thoughts on the NOGAPS (see Jeanne, evil sister of Frances) but then stated this..
Special 18z upper-air data indicate the center the high has not weakened and has actually pushed southward and is now located just east of wallops islands in the southern Delmarva. This would suggest...at least in the short term...that the NOGAPS-GFDN-ETA solution is handling the steering pattern the best. As a result...no significant change was made to the previous forecast track.
Huh? is this confusing or what? their logic would suggest a westward shift, me thinks.
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