Question? Thoughts? With the ridge coming across the US and fast approaching it looks like there is no chance of this storm making it to ga/sc/nc at least In my opinion. There is also a fairly strong ridge that has remained to its east. Outflow is beginning to look strong to the south. Could this storm possibly be pushed a good bit south with the ridges closing in so quickly on it? Could it find weakness to its east and be pushed back thru a ridge that is weaker then what is coming from its NW? Just wondering based on what seems to be taking place in this model?
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