Looking at the 500-850mb steering currents this morning, I noticed that the ridge over the Atlantic seems to have pushed farther west, nudging the col between two ridges back over FL/GA, whereas it had been more over the Bahamas. Will this prevent Irene from starting the turn this morning, maybe slow her down or keep her going WNW until this ridging retreats?
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