Quote: This is only my 2 cents worth, but these are 2 scenarios that I can see happening with Ernesto:
1) Ernesto clips the eastern part of Cuba, gets shoved to the west by the high pressure ridge and then the system in Rockies is going to have it turn towards the NE resulting in a landfall somewhere between West Central/South Central Florida Gulf Coast; or 2) The high pressure ridge that is supposed to shove Ernesto on his northward track moves further east (soon) the storm system in Rockies comes down faster and Ernesto just clips Florida before going back into the Atlantic.
That's only my opinion, so take it with a grain of salt.
Wow thats exactly how I see it. Which is not good. If it goes through the straits we are in for a big storm.. Lets hope for scenario to. I woke up surprised this morning... I wonder if there will be another surprise tommorrow morning. Thanks for pointing out those possible scenarios.. Though by the way it looks I think the first one is more likely.
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