Given this storms ability to organize and strengthen during the early morning hours while it was traversing across the Atlantic, it will be interesting to see what the morning holds. I believe shear is still lessening and the effects of the ULL are decreasing as well. It seems to me that the storm should strenghten some tomorrow. Hopefully, this will increase the chance of finding a weakness in the ridge and turn north before it hits land.
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