Well another day and of coarse not much change as to where this will go when it gets to gulf with so many possibilities. AVN moves it west "very slowly" as a strong hurricane...CMC bombs it west of FL and moves slowly...UKMET moves it towards FL...GFDL moves it towards north central gulf. One thing that has caught my attention other than are soon to be hurricane is the trough pulling out from west. Water Vapor looks fairly impressive and whether this comes along and picks it up is in question. Saw the same Mark Miami testing Hurricane statement. Probably because theres a possibility of watches to their south in the keys. But in any case I think from 90 and east will be prime targets for this major cane.
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