I am watching radar on gaston in last hr, the NE eyewall has come together more.... looks like he may make Hurricane stats by mid morning or atleast 11:00... there is good banding around the west side to the south and the wraping around to the east is improving... i am impressesd on how close to the coast he flared up in a short time.... just makes me wonder down the road, if Frances gets into the GOM, the SSTs are alot warmer off the west coast of florida, then where gaston is right now (off SC)...Gaston blew up pretty fast yesterday and with the slow movement is still gaininn. Seemed like Charley took note of that after leaving cuba and strengthened very quickly just off the keys.
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