The black line is almost irrelevant in a TS such as Ernesto.
On numerous occasions you see feeder band with far more weather than the so called center of the storm. Torerential rains, tornadoes are all very likely miles and miles from the black line. In fact on many weak TS the black line is safer than being on a feeder band where you can get pounded on far longer than you could from being at the so-called center.
Now in storms with devestating winds, this is not he case, but with TS it is the case more often than not.
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