(Registered User)
Fri Sep 05 2008 02:00 PM
Re: intensity forecasts for Ike will be a crap shoot

Well it looks like Ike is already on a WSW track ahead of schedule while looking at the latest satellite passes and will pass well south of the forecasted track. For us gulf coast residents, I don't like that fuzzy feeling I get when it looks like a storm will make it into the Gulf. I hate to wish another beating on the people of Cuba, but it should rip the storm apart if it interacts with Cuba from East to West.

But the latest GFDL model keeps Ike a Cat 2 all the way over a long trek over Cuba. How is that possible???

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