I believe we are seeing the early forecasting wobbles that occur from one run to the next and I think that the models are covering the bases on all the possibilities. I believe I am starting to recognize data that has been collected over the years from some of the strange upper level conditions that we have had in past forecasting years. I think the models may be including those de-coupling runs and some of the Charley, Wilma, and Katrina moments. Not the disasters themselves but the odd little twist and turns that occured while tracking those storms. They may be thrown out after the storm gets clear of Cuba, but I think if one could anthropomorphize with the models, they are expecting something quite "funky" to happen with this storm.
-------------------- God commands. Laymen guess. Scientists record.
Edited by GuppieGrouper (Sun Aug 27 2006 02:32 PM)
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