(Registered User)
Fri Sep 30 2022 02:46 PM
Re: Ian Lounge

Here, check this out - what I was referring to indicated with the black arrow.


Even more impressive is the satellite imagery (which I couldn't find) because that cloud formation kept up in the same direction all the way across FL and out to the Atlantic. My thinking was that whatever that "front" (quotes because I don't know what that is or is called, but it looks like a winter cold front to me) was, Ian was going to skirt along its edge. What I dodn't get is why the models at that time still had the storm moving across Tampa and up the north. <shrug>

Again - I don't know anything about this stuff - just an observation.

PS - image is from a radar loop by Brian McNoldy, Univ. of Miami, Rosenstiel School at https://bmcnoldy.rsmas.miami.edu/tropics/radar/

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