Quote: No that was purely hypothetical. I just checked the GOM buoys all the way to Corpus Christi, TX. They are All showing a non-diurnal drop in pressure. Beginning at around 02Z last night. Now these are surface pressures, and have nothing to do with the steering currents. Where's a MET?
How much is the pressure dropping out that far? I suspect the METs are catching some Zs in preparation for a heck of a weekend.
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