Quote: So what will determine at what point the system turns north?
Steering currents will play a big role. If a high-pressure ridge is in place, the storm would be steered more to the west. If there is weakness in the ridging, a more northward path is likely. I'm not a met, but hopefully this rather simple explanation is somewhat accurate.
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