(Weather Master)
Mon Nov 09 2009 09:18 PM
Transition to extratropical?

It has gotten very difficult to discern a center on the radar. As best I tell, Ida has begun slowing and turning more easterly. It seems that she may be heading for a somewhat of a landfall at Florala on the Florida Alabama border. Although I am not even sure you can call it a center anymore. I suspect the wind field may be expanding now.

update: I can't find the COC on radar or on sat. Ida may be extratropical now. Or everything has been sheared away from the COC.

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