I've noticed that hurricanes tend to elongate in the direction of travel as they disorganize and go extratropical. Does anyone know if there are any historic tendencies to elongate in the direction of travel if they are reorganising (but not transitioning to extratropical)?
The reason I ask is that on the sat. loops the storm just appears to me as though it is sort of elongating itself in the direction of the lower Keys, but this is probably not the case. Just curious...
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