(Weather Guru)
Sat Sep 17 2016 09:59 PM

So Karl looks like a fish spinner based on long range models, however it seems like it will make it's poleward bend at a slightly unusual longitude.

Is the Bermuda high displaced significantly to the east? I would have expected to see Karl get caught under the B.H. around day 5, bend more westerly, and resulting in a situation similar to the 1992 "A" storm.

In this case, nothing is guiding it westward as I'd expect. Anyone care to offer thoughts?

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