One consistency that is current in the majority of the models is that the system stays east of Florida...that is a good sign. The variant in that seems to be relative strength of the system with those forecasting stronger earlier in the period more east of those with a weaker system My question is from looking at the current North Atlantic Water Vapor sat. is how confident is anyone that the ULL that is dominating the upper US will drop southeasterly enough to create the steering northward that is predicted...the current trend of that feature seems to be easterly?
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