Just a thought...This board is filled with stats/info and thoughts and debate. I do not remember a time, here, where there have been few, if any, opinions other than what the NHC is saying. It's almost like total agreement. I guess the point is close to being pegged.
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Sky, Zack, Vortex, anyone else... Do you think the track will be affected if Gus bombs out to a Cat 4 or 5 in the Gulf, or will that not matter that much? Thanks.
Phew...tough question. Most of the time, stronger storms usually always want to go poleward, but that ridge will still definitely come into play.
i'm just concerned that the models are not anticipating a very strong cat 4 or 5 and once an initial intensity of say 160mph is fed into them, they are going to fall further to the east. Also the increased pressure to go poleward may affect his speed, which would also put him further to the east. Guess we'll be wobble watching soon enough.
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Hey everybody Need to ask a question. I am new at this If it was to go into Terrbone parish, around houma or chavin, what would we feel .I live in Pearl River, taking care of my parents they are 75 and 80. just wondering