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The chart shows that the two jet curves from the eastern eclipse pair (vertical turquoise lines) are influencing the trough (red) over the Great Lakes. The western line is the back- side of the trough and the eastern line is running along the edge of the Bermuda high (blue line). This high as well as the high over the Great Basin have grown considerably in the day and a half that the Neptune motion in arc event took place shifting the two jet curves to high-pressure values. Doc Weather had predicted this northward surge of the Bermuda high. However, the blocking response was too late to actually influence the steering parameters of the storm. This was because the forward motion of the storm was remarkably quite rapid once it got into the Gulf of Mexico. The forward movement was so rapid that it surged over Florida without losing much power at all.
The storm is now running up the coast and could possible have a destiny to merge with the transiting trough (red) that will bring torrential rains to a soggy northeast. After that the hurricane will veer to the northeast and into the north Atlantic.