No affects will happen to Fabain if a system develops in the NW carribean or Gulf,, they will be too far away and also the trough is the main player. I agree with the models in bringing Fabian up along the 68W and possibly threatning Nova Scotia as 90mph on Monday-Tuesday next week. A current wnw movement should take over with a turn to the nw and nnw by Weds. Only small question is how far south with the trough dig.
System in the NW carribean looks well organized, need more info before upgrading but could be a depression in the next 24hours.Recon will give us more info. This system if any will move N and then NNE and spread widespread rains from W.Central Florida thru N.O. LA. later in the week. scottsvb
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