Quote: firestar_1, I'm not sure I'm following what you're talking about. I can't see any feature directly above (by that, I assume you mean north of) Emily on any satellite channel; there is a ridge of high pressure aloft, but that doesn't appear to be moving to any large degree
I was seeing something around 23N 58W that has been rotating most of the afternoon and as it moved alittle south when Emily was getting close to it's location Emily appeared to start moving wsw ... was just wondering what was up...
Edit: Ah, gotcha. I think someone else took care of that one before now; but, I do see that feature. It might've had an impact, but at least part of it was due to system reorganization under the convective tops. --Clark
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