Quote: yes... bob... it would still be a GOM storm. the storm would not hit s. florida and dissipate... it would continue on west into.... the gulf of mexico . There is no northerly recurvature currently forecast (though much can change). I would hold off on the "GOM is okay" predictions bob. That is simply not the case.
Yes I agree,I stand corrected,It could cross over Florida and enter the GOM.Also this from the NHC:The initial motion estimate is 280/11. Due to the re-development of the low-level center farther north into the deeper convection...the forecast track had to be shifted more to the north...or right...of the previous forecast.
Gloria,Bob,Katrina,Wilma and a bunch of tropical storms.
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