OK.. I am not sure if it can bomb like Charley.. Guess it depends on forward speed, seems to be a little dry air still around her. Guess we will find out NHC is not good at intensity either.. I am also seeing what you mentioned in the wv loop. Not sure what that is, but it does look like the ridge is pulling up some, or it could be the interaction with Jeanne. I am no expert with these things, but I see what you see, if that helps.
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