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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by mileysubet
I could have spent a bit more time notating this, and I'm making a note to myself on that for future threads I may make on similar graphics. The upper track is inbound, the lower is outbound. The red points on their own are it's current and most recent positions.
To the left of where I noted the distance between inbound and outbound tracks, they seem to run almost parallel into and out of the 'round-a-bout' it's projected to do in the next few days as it comes up to the coast line.
Prior to my distance notation, you're right, the inbound actually does cross the projected outbound at quite an angle...nothing like parallel, but beyond that it turns into a direct path to the coast then flips straight back out. Interesting, if nothing else.