Quote: I am talking about the moisture in Texas (1016mb) moving eastward. As Wilma drifts more northerly, I believe that is what is going to initiate the turns and a eastern movement IMO, going to pull her out of the hole, so to speak but hey, I'm an idiot, what do I know?
You might be right, but I just think it will stay too far south for that to happen. Another trough is supposed to be stronger and dig down later though.
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