Not to jinx anyone by saying good things and having the Three Weird Sisters out in the waters defy me, but the NHC looks to be hinting now that all 3 storms may be on the verge of dying out.
They admit to the weakening nature right now of Lili. (Even go so far as to mention the near-Puerto Rico circulation feature some of us saw tonight). Say it's very ragged, has no closed circulation at present, and is under shear from the north.
Kyle is expected to build up to Cat 1 status, but they indicate a northwesterly shear building in the upper levels that will likely start weakening it, combined with a possible stalling in its westward movement.
Izzy isn't showing signs of building up an inner core yet, and the recon found the hardest winds almost 120 nmi away from the center. Add to that dry air coming in with a trough and it's possible that the rug is getting pulled out from under Izzy.
From a standpoint of people and property, we can keep our fingers crossed! :-)
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