I noticed in the TWD today that they mention both of these areas. The only thing they said about the 91L was that it was expected to drift to the NW and nothing much else. However, they mentioned 90L and said that although the models have it weakening, they do not dissipate it altogether.
I guess time will tell. The water temps they are showing on the Gulf Coast on the Weather Channel are in the 70's, I can tell ya from being out there, they are much warmer than that. So who KNOWS. Also...one other thing on the 91L. The NRL shows it (on the thumbnail) with a pressure of 1010 mb.
We'll see. :-)
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