I just read about a tracking system consisting of two box models ( I forget what the name of the system was) that says if a hurricane or tropical storm passes over the two regions where the boxes are located, the hurricane has a great possibility to hit South Florida. The two box places are over the Leeward Islands and in the Caribbean Sea between Cuba and Honduras right to the WSW of Jamaica. Now, I know that the path of TD # 5 will obviously fluccuate for a while but right now, the forecast paths take TD # 5 to both of these places.
I just wanted to know if any of youse have ever heard of this tracking system and if it has predicted well in previous years.
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