I generally agree that a post-mortem on Irma is important. NHC did an excellent job all along. There were two things on Sunday that seemed to not be factored in: the effect of the dry air that dove into the storm as it moved north off Cuba and apparently a low feature was contributing to the weather that developed up the east coast from Jacksonville to Charleston. Common opinion seems to support that the weather in those two areas were part of the tropical low, but were they?
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