I have to agree on that one HF with the system now probably going to exit on the other side at about 16'N to close for comfort to the shear monger.The jet is maybe 200 miles -240 miles to the N.If Adrian may of stayed on a little more S course redelvelopment would of been a possiblility.I give it 20-25% now on the other side for development if that another dead goose.Shoot it's waling into it head on
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