I really hated him in Beauty and the Beast (the cartoon version). Bastardi has now signnaled the alarm for development despite the absence of low level turning. He thinks that it will move ashore in the coastal Carolinas Sunday Night or Monday. He's not giving any parameters as the absence of feedback (to this point) does not allow him to predict potential classification. Me? I'd go on record thinking this has a chance to become a STRONG tropical storm (say 55-70mph) but more likely will be a 40-55 with a nice signature before it runs out of time.
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