It's looking stronger and appears to be heading a little south(!) of due west. Personally I'd think it had 60mph winds, but that's just a semi guess. As far as long range track, I'm presuming High pressure is keeping the storm pushed south, so I'll go with the idea that it's simply 'rounding the southern side of the high pressure, and will shift slowly due west then west north west over the next 48 hours. It's otherwise looking fairly healthy, But IANAM, so take what i say with several (dozen) grains of salt.
-------------------- M. S. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech - May 2019.
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