Man. At first I was expecting (with the initial TS Emily forecast) her to keep with the initial track, intensify slowly, cut through Haiti and/or Cuba, and curve North, taking a track similar to Charley's projections (just E of N, cutting right up along the Western coastline of the FL panhandle) prior to the sudden turn East. Now it looks more like a fish spinner, possibly an impact in the Yucatan.
Is she simply running on a "lean" mixture in the air, or is there a ridge/air mass impeding Northward motion? Or is this just "the way she's going?"
dude, gotta question that nomenclature. calling a caribbean storm a fish spinner is an oxymoron. a fish spinner refers to storms in the open atlantic that recurve and miss land areas. nobody gets hit by a fish spinner.. and yes, there are people in the yucatan. -HF
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