Quote: Well let's hope that the 5pm update takes Ernesto even more East into the Bahamas and out to sea. Notice a trend here?
Sure do! Every single update since this thing was TD has been to the N and E, two days ago we were telling people in TX to be on guard, now the Carolinas might see the worst of it?
What is going on in the upper levels to make such adjustments? Did they just completely get high over the SE US wrong or is the cold front pushing in that strong? Looking at the water vapor I just don't see it, still looks like a NW flow ahead of the storm... but then again I'm not a MET.
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