Meanwhile, a very strong high pressure ridge will develop in the upper part of the atmosphere centered over the southeastern part of Canada. This anomalously strong ridge of high pressure will help to steer the stalled-out low pressure system back towards the east coast later next week. This system can be considered to be “sub-tropical” in nature, but whether NOAA’s hurricane center names it as a “tropical” system is anyone’s guess. Whatever it is called, it’s retrogression back to the west as a result of the strong ridging aloft over southeastern Canada can result in an impact later next week somewhere along the US east coast.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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