UNCERTAINTY IN TRACK OF NEW STORM

NHC track adjusts "Emily" track to changing weather pattern.

When the National Hurricane Center extended their long range hurricane forecasts from 3 to 5 days out, I had reservations about its feasability. Nevertheless, most of these forecasts have worked out surprisingly well.

The latest computer runs have picked up a different course for “Emily” (yet to be named). There may be other unforeseen developments, but this new NHC official track has done an excellent job of catching the trend of a changing atmospheric pattern that the next storm will encounter.

Wow! It looks like an exciting season chasing hurricanes. I’ll take a hurricane any day over chasing tornadoes!

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