Yes I agree, they're going to wait until the recon reports in. This one makes me nervous though. See the larger banding showing up at high levels from NE of Puerto Rico, north of the Dominican Republic and through the SE Bahamas and Jamaica?? This is all part of the structure that will be Isadore, and they develop when storms enter into favorable conditions that develop major cyclones. Will land interaction prevent strong deepening. Too soon to tell. WIll it hit Florida? Nah, everyone knows that Florida has developed an allergy to these system, so it repels them. Are conditions good for development? Better than i've seen in this area for a long time. We wait for recon. Cheers!! Steve H.
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