He’s dead. The weakness he is going to leave behind is important to the future track of Laura though. Such a complex set up. I cannot recall something like this scenario.
That'll teach me (again) to not watch the convection and instead pay attention to the CoC positioning at night though. Last night I was obviously watching the convection and making assumptions based on that - once the sun came up and one could see where the CoC was, the path made a lot more sense. I know better.That would be a flooding nightmare up and down the entire coastline.
They will as it the mid level energy begins getting shunted west with the ridge building in.Wondering now if New Orleans will even see rain off this. With all the convection being sheared off to the NE, this has turned into a FL panhandle rain event. Seems to be having a tough time getting anything going west of the Alabama coast at all.
That's part of it - TCs do tend to head towards lowest pressure, but they are also very much subject to mid-level steering winds. So yes - it will pull that way and west as the mid level winds push in.Hi all. Based on my limited science knowledge, I’m wonder about the western turn. Right now Biloxi, MS has the lowest barometric pressure here on the Gulf Coast. Won’t that be where Marco heads??