Mon Oct 05 2020 09:30 AM
Re: Delta Lounge

Delta's trend of NW movement is sketchy, although the center hasn't formed, the impact of Gamma on the track and intensity I think will be in Delta's favor. Meaning the moisture provided by Gamma is going to help Delta get organized, especially on Wednesday/Thursday.

The models are having a hard time this morning with it, but the trend has been generally westward. But I suspect it'll be better handled by tomorrow. Unlike Sally, Delta is expected to move somewhat quickly. Thus the tracks will probably be a bit better, and a wild shift east like Sally had is unlikely. So SE LA/MS seems a lot more likely this go around than Sally did when steering collapsed.

It likely will be weakening at landfall, which is good, but depends on how much it strengthens on Wed/Thursday is to the surge impact.

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