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CMC swings it in so close then it goes NE and clips cape cod pretty good. But it did have a more easterly component to it. Models slowly coming into line. But that was still a very scary close pass by CMC. We do not have 100% consensus yet but getting close.
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@jmanley32 wrote:Why are we continuing to monitor this? Is there still any slight chance it could pull a 180? I wanna hear some good news about nor easters and blizzards, this was our hurricane threat for this year, I highly doubt we get another threat, though its still possible there are other developments. I for one did not want Sandy distruction but am bummed we getting no action AT ALL, the wind meter continues to sit and collect dust lol. Sorry if this upsets some but its the way I feel. Yeah this is kinda banter sorry. I am going to continue to track until it is well away as anything is possible and its going to stay a hurricane surprisingly far north so you never know but I doubt very much we see any drastic changes from here on out. Any other insight into this I would love to hear it.
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