(Weather Master)
Fri Aug 18 2017 12:19 PM
Re: 92L Lounge

Not to cause alarm but this caught my attention this AM... another Andrew tie in: Eclipse 'Cane!
the alignment is actually more on the next wave and not 92L - but it is a super rare, odd pairing for sure.

Andrew was weak as it moved N, then entered the Bahamas, cranked up and made a bee line due west for Homestead. It also stayed small (compact) the whole time. In retrospect this behavior is the opposite of what normally occurs: weaker storms tend to head west, then as they gain strength they get pulled north.

One of the great things about the NHC is how consistent their communication and formatting is. Here we are 25 years later and that old message still holds up.

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