Just an interesting bit from the MLB discussion here
"EXTENT THAT THE MID LEVEL RIDGE WEAKENS WILL BE DOUBLY IMPORTANT SINCE THE TWAVE CURRENTLY EAST OF THE LESSER ANTILLES SHOULD BE APPROACHING THE LONGITUDE OF FLORIDA LATE IN THE WEEK. WHILE FLOW WILL BE BACKING TO SE...THE EXTENT OF INCREASE IN WINDS/MOISTURE SEEN IN THE GFS (AND TO A LESSER EXTENT THE ECM) IS IN LARGE PART DUE TO THEIR SOLNS SHOWING A T.C. PASSING (JUST) SOUTH OF THE STATE. BEING IN THE D5+ TIME FRAME...IT IS MUCH TOO EARLY TO DO ANYTHING OTHER THAN MAKE MENTION OF THIS...AS GUIDANCE WILL NO DOUBT SHOW CHGS FROM RUN TO RUN. PLENTY OF TIME TO WATCH SCENARIO EVOLVE."
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- Robert A. Heinlein
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