It is interesting to watch the wind and precipitation charts from Mauna Kea observatory today. You can’t really say a system that is about to melt-down is laminar but compared to the turblence output, it shows what is going on and how two different model types deal with the problem.
I am sorry you are trying to read this with a mobile as today’s mobile connections are not up to it. Also, I am unaware of how to forecast precise locations and timetables. So if you have any insight, please help out. I’m not getting paid for this so don’t expect remuneration.