Keith I think Adrian is definitly in the last few frames taking more a true NE movement.The idea of it going more of a Southerly course is out I think.The UKMET had a hard prog to the N pretty much what is happening now.That being the case it's going to be tough going for development on the other side esp. if that short wave makes it's way down far enough you were talking about.Adrian seems to becoming a little more stable in it's outflow pattern still only thinkin ,maybe 85-90mph tops really if that.Alot of good evaluations goin on.The season has started.
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