if you check out the water vapor loop...you can see there is as yet no eye...but i wouldn't discount this possibility after she strengthens further...
it wouldn't surprise me to see this become at least a CAT I or maybe even a weak CAT II when she landfalls, and at this point, i'm gonna give it a 75-25 chance that this DOES eventually become Arlene in the Atlantic Basin...provided she emerges from CA as a td or less...otherwise, if she can keep ts status or greater, she may remain adrian and not be considered as an atlantic storm at all (go figure)...
gotta love the nhc eh?
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