WHAT DO YOU SEE THAT INDICATES THAT...TWO MODELS DO THROW THIS OUT INTO THE SO. CENTRAL GOM AT THE 120 HR. PERIOD. I'M WATCHING THE TROUGH TO ITS NORTH THAT IS SHOWING SOME SIGNS OF SPLITTING WITH A ULL DEVELOPING NORTH OF HISPANOLA AT ITS APEX. THAT WOULD CERTAINLY VENTILATE EMILY AND HOWEVER IT COULD CREATE SOME INTERFERENCE AND SHEAR. ONE MODEL COMPLETELY LOSES EMILY AS IT GETS PAST THE ISLANDS. ALSO THE BIG FEATURES ARE RELATIVLY STAGNANT...THE REMANENTS OF DENNIS ARE VERY SLOW TO MOVE OUT. I THINK THE DYNAMIC WILL CHANGE COMPLETELY IN THE NEXT 48 HOURS SO BEYOND THAT WE REALLY CAN'T TELL
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