On 11/10/2017 16:04, JohnD wrote:
It's still 5-6 days out from any potential UK impact isn't it (assuming
no sudden speed-up in track)? So presumably all the usual
health-warnings that far out still apply, whether or not it achieves
hurricane status near its present position. Interesting that the absence
of hurricane-hunter lights - unsurprising perhaps given how far east of
the US it is - seems to be hampering the interpretation and forecasting
by the NHC a little.
Not just the numerical model being outside its compfort zone.
I suppose those USA craft and pilots are the only ones who could go near
, let alone through, hurricanes.
I doubt these people
could go anywhere near