Elnino, I agree on the EWRC, last IR pix has it all but collapse... will be hard to determine motion during the cycle, but right before the cycle started it looked to be wobbling to the NW or at least 300 degrees... it better start getting more northerly in its track or its going to run into the Yucatan... no telling how strong it might get... boy, we have a Cat 5 in the GOM tomorrow night heading NW or N and the pucker factor along the gulf coast will be extremely high... mine included...
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