>I'm at a loss as to how this is going to go. The models for North
>America are completely divergent past three days. If you look at the
>500mb plots and the surface plots, you'll see that it makes no sense.
It may be that the remnants are being sheared, which would make sense due
to the close proximity to the advancing cold front.
We had a strong storm come up the Gulf of California years ago with
similar results. The top half sheared off and dissipated over the Sierra Madre
Occidental, while the lower half dissipated over Baja. An NHC forecaster
stated that it was a classic case of shearing.
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