Exactly. The convergence is on the south side of the system. That will swing inland as it approaches the coast of Louisiana.The story with this one will be the amount of moisture it drags in. With the northerly shear, much of that will come after landfall, so I am somewhat concerned that there will be a tendency to look at the strength of the cyclone in terms of wind speed and assume lesser impacts. There is a LOT of moisture being put in motion.View attachment 1891
From the discussion:NHC no longer has Barry reaching hurricane strength prior to landfall.
My bad. When I posted the discussion was not pulling up yet, just the map.From the discussion:
While not explicitly shown in the forecast, there is a significant chance that Barry will be a
hurricane when it makes landfall between 36-48 h in agreement with the HWRF and GFS models.