I don't mean to sound argumentative... but.... Using your logic that it doesn't have to bang it in the side to move it... Wilma should already be making landfall on the west coast of Florida, because in a sense the front is already blocking movement to the north. As far as the "train" goes... I just don't see it. Are you talking about the little bit of moisture over Texas? Are you talking about the "train" of moisture coming off of Wilma and moving across Florida from the Big Bend area south through the Keys? The area over Texas is too far away, and the stuff over Florida is the outflow from Wilma. I really don't see anything on that loop to pull the storm northward.
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