TD6 continues to track just north of west at around 275 degrees with increased forward speed. My thinking remains that it will continue to slowly develop and follow a track for the next three days that will be significantly further south and west than the official track. This would be in line with the tendency so far this season for waves to develop slowly and move rapidly west. Not looking as good on IR this morning as when as I went to bed last nite. Will it be a TS today? The visibles should tell a lot. Hurric
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