One of the models yesterday hinted at that. I'd have to go back and read my post, but it had a north-trending area of convection turning into a rogue storm/nor'easter off the NC/VA coast at the end of the run period.
Thanks for the good words JustMe. I learn alot from everyone on the site. It doesn't matter if ideas are right or wrong. They are all food for thought.
Overall with #6, Bobbi's been eating her wheaties. She's done as well with the convection as anyone and has constantly backed up her reasoning. The only thing I can claim is that I thought Thursday would be the day that we'd be able to tell what, if anything, might happen with this wave. I thought 80W was the ticket. I don't know Miami's coordinates, so I'm not sure if I hit that or not.
Quick eyeball of the WV loops (because I'm already late for work and haven't even taken a shower yet) shows the dry air down to the gulf (it's milky here today), a big westward push coming from the Atlantic and general trofiness just offshore of the EC. Miami convection is likely to to press north, the wave is continuing W in the Caribbean and may spawn a Pacific storm down the line. More later. I'm LATE!
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