Though Emily may be more organized tonight, the low latitude may not fare well for her once she nears and passes close to Trinidad & Tobago as she'll be sucking in dry air from the S American continent. We'll just have to wait and see if she can gain any latitude to have a good chance at strengthening into a hurricane. 99L (future TD # 6, Franklin) looking like it is beginning to develop rather rapidly and should be TD # 6 sometime tomorrow. I don't necessarily agree that this has" fish" written on it yet, though it is at a rather high latitude for a developing system that far east, I just don't see the high weakening enough to allow a recurvature at this point, but only time will tell.
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