The ridge looks to be building to the W.yesterday at 70W this morning almost 80W,also some extremity's in the GOM further W .The pressure out their is probably weaker.If the data correct for the most part should maybe see the WSW possibly start NE of the Leeward Islands.I make the assumptions on the info I posted on pg 5 might all be bogus but looks to following the ridge. Probably just a wobble W in the last frame. The sight I posted earlier is http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/tropic/real-time/atlantic/winds/wg8dlm5.GIF
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