This one is worth watching now. Looks like another widow maker to me.
The distance belies any real guess to it's eventual path, so why go there yet.
It will be interesting to see if the Bermuda high keeps it westerly. Following the pattern this year, this sure looks like a player.
Intensity will be up there, of course. One wonders that if it gets to a major hurricane soon...How long can it stay at that?...don't they have a natural life cycle....time wise...or the fact it is way out there....does that mean it can stay a major cat 3 or better...long enough to punish us?...
probably CAT 5, Mobile bound, of course...
Rick...I knew it wouldn't take you long...since there are many new to the board who don't get it, lets make this the last reference. Thanks, big guy.
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