For some reason those outlier models still want to capture this hurricane from the digging southeast trough..
Since last night the National Hurricane Center has also adjusted their track east..
Given that there still are a few models showing the landfall scenario we really want to wait for this storm to move out of the "capture zone" today before giving the 100% all clear signal. Regardless, the chances of this turning in to shore are less that 20%.
On another note, rain and wind are currently battering most areas of the east coast from our frontal system that is stalled over the area..
Moving into the longer range pattern which I will cover sometime this week, we are looking at seasonable conditions along the east coast over next two weeks with the chance at a few cold shots.
Thanks for checking in. As I said it looks like we are all clear but we want to observe this hurricane completely move out of the "capture zone" before striking up the band.
Quick update later and thanks for reading.