Quote: Can someone explain the difference between the steering currents this time yesterday and the one from today? Yesterday i could see the reasoning of the "cog" effect of the high and low pulling the storm northward. Today it looks like the currents should continue taking it west.
Maybe this clears it up. (Disclaimer: Track not exactly accurate lol!)
How are the lines moving east to west that the storm is in now (in the image) not keeping it going west?
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