After landfall early tomorrow, Hurricane Idalia will turn to the northeast, weaken slowly, and push towards the Carolina coastline by early Thursday. At this point in time, high pressure aloft will begin to build to the west and north of Idalia with North Carolina likely the farthest north this tropical system can reach. With building high pressure ridging to its west and north, Idalia will likely push off the Carolina coastline by late in the week and then meander off the coast for a few days. In fact, there is a scenario that could result in a “loop” of the remnants of Idalia this weekend and it could actually revisit Florida in about a week’s time as a weakened system.
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