Models today also show not much of a window for 93L to develop. It could get some decent upper wind from 12-36 hours, but then an upper trough is forecast to dive down across the western Atlantic. At 48+ hours models show very strong n and ne shear across the southeast coast.
anyone and Mets can you give me your thoughts/opinions on this scenerio if it's valid or not and why?
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