Someone wrote this in one of my communities.....
Dave Schwartz called this so right during Overnight Outlook last night: I just read the latest NHC Discussion and they are keeping Zeta with an Advisory estimate of 50mph this evening. But looking at recent visible and water vapor loops, Scatterometer, and even everything else, I think they are just humoring our poor little tropical whirlwind at this point. Still, I'm betting that there's a *sliver* of a chance for the shear to relax - and if Zeta is lucky, he may possibly also benefit from being over some slightly warmer water (more like less cool, in all actuality) - and perhaps also derive some kind of baroclinic boost from interacting with the next trof. What say you? Are you with me in giving our last "tenacious" TC of the 2005 season a benefit-of-the-doubt farewell? ;)
People, NOT gunna die. Power....out.