That is what I thought I was seeing, sort of a stall/wobble/drift NW. Did not say it had changed direction based on just a couple of frames. And the radar is iffy, since its right on the edge of what it can "see" and what it is "seeing" is way above sea level at that range. Anybody know more or less how high in this case? Any easy formula to figure that out? And how much does it skew what we're seeing?
Good to know I wasn't seeing things though :-) I've been staring at these loops about 18 hours a day.
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