That little low is interesting. The pressures are rising in the are, but bouy data does support a closed surface low almost directly over NO. With Bouys east of the center showing south or southeast winds and west of the center showing NW winds. Don't think anything will come of it, but it does throw another chip on the table.
That sysytem in the islands is the most impressive wave I have seen in the 15 years I have been following these things. South America will be a problem, but if it can come a little north, look out.
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