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Back again, had to get stuff for the football game....

Posted by Shalista on 9/10/2017, 11:55 am

To keep mind off of Irma, will be watching my home team Panthers vs 49er's.

Anyhow...

Looking over some more things at the 11am, it "appears" that Irma is now merging with the front.  Winds are picking up where I live at too and anymore shift to the right means that conditions will be bad for us in the midstate of SC, especially being on the bad side of the storm.

That being said, If Irma is being caught up in the stationary front, wouldn't Irma move to the Right instead of the left as models are saying they are?

Current surface map:



Stationary front starting to lift out, and High pressure behind it building in with dry air...



I just don't buy the continuing west after landfall that the models are saying.  Anyone else want to chime in and tell me I'm wrong?  I'm all for it.




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Good morning....looking over some stuff - Shalista, 9/10/2017, 9:12 am

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