I was checking what JB had to say about TD10 and he really seems to think it will be something in a few days. He says it will "bust" through the shear zone and the ridge and head towards the Bahamas and possibly the US. Other sites i checked haven't totally written the storm off, but they don't seem to be as concerned as JB and that includes the NHC. Even the wunderground met's blog talks about the storm intensifying in a day or two and heading towards the Bahamas. Either JB is right or the NHC doesn't want to jump the gun. You guys have stated that this afternoon TD10 didn't look too good; wunderground said differently....i'll stick with your opinions and the NHC......thanks for the great information!
-------------------- Gloria 1985 (Eye passed over my house in...get this...northwestern CT!)
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