Quote: I don't think the UL will turn Matthew as radically and as soon due to a weaker hurricane (than forecast) favoring the left side of the cone. Consequently, a more gradual turn late Monday would put Jamacia and the eastern half of Cuba in the crosshairs for flooding rains from the copious moisture on the east side of Matthew.
This may not be true anymore. Matthew was just declared a Hurricane by the NHC 24 hours earlier than previously predicted. A stronger storm will more than likely turn sooner. It is all up to the High now.... does it build in west or not.
-------------------- Pam in Volusia County
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