10:00 PM CDT Wed Aug 31
Location: 25.8°N 87.0°W
Moving: NNE at 10 mph
Min pressure: 998 mb
Max sustained: 60 mph
To some this seems confusing.
To others it makes sense.
Just look at the top of the blobs
The center is to the left of it.
Shear coming in from the West is pushing weather East.
Even if it's moving NNE at 10 mph..
The WEATHER is moving East.
Look how much weather Tampa Bay is already getting.
Let's focus on the 3 day.
If you see the loop above.
You can see the sharp dry line angled NE
The front moving down ... and over to the right.
Hmnnn. Bugs me.
Long flow of convection ...
...sort of 8:30 to 2:30 direction wise.
The system slides up between the two.
It follows the track.
It might not look pretty but it is what it is.
If you live in the end part of the cone.
Do not panic just monitor the storm.
Watch that the NHC does not pull it further East.
Travels FAST from GA/SC line to VA/NC line.
Sorry for any typos.
Been a long time.
Will update in AM with morning visibles.
And the next cone.
If you live anywhere from Pensacola to Tampa..
In my opinion watch it carefully.
The next six hours will tell the tail for Jax.
Tornadoes could be a big problem.
Hurricane Warnings up.
So NHC believes it could become a hurricane.
They are playing it conservative.
IF it's 60 mph tonight.
Barometric pressure dropping.
Could be a Hurricane.
Sweet Tropical Dreams.
@bobbistorm on Twitter
Ps Watches warnings.
Thanks Mike @tropicalupdate
He drew it live on Facebook Live.
So redundant haha. Nite.