Looking at her this morning.. she's not only developing a cdo.. but shes developing banding as in an eye wall. IF Frances was a term paper she'd be called filled with well thought out ideas, well developed and excellent grammar usage.
Climbing enough that the shear should affect her less and think shear is forecast to lessen.. would like to know if that is true.
And, you are right..sometimes the trough grabs it but just can't hold on.
My question is ..is there a trough that strong to grab her.
Right now.. she looks pretty amazing out there all alone in the Atlantic. Lifting a drop in latitude but for how long?
Keep watching...enjoy watching from a distance right now because she's going to get closer..that much is for sure.
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