Ok, question for the experts. In my 25 plus years down here in Florida, I don't ever recall hearing of a closed eyewall (Per the recon report) with a 48kt system. Is this an indication of a pulse cycle with strengthening about to occur or?
The other question is about the potential for the storm to parallel the West Coast of Florida which would be horrendous, IMHO. What do the models show as far as the low moving through the Southeast in time to catch Katrina in the GOM and turn it back NE? The models on this storm are all over the place after it makes initial landfall, so as usual, your input is appreciated.
Thanks again in advance for all of the great information and education I get from all of the pros here.
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