Though you have to admit Ron, this summer has seen unusual troughing in the southeast, including Florida. This same pattern that is allowing Debby to escape quickly northwest, may allow 97L or perhaps Ernesto, to turn northwest after moving through the central Caribbean. I see no strong evidence from the models 6 days out that any lasting ridging will be setting up in the east. If anything, the modles are suggesting troughiness, and an amplifying pattern.
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