Looks to me it's beginning to start to spin in the right direction, like it's big and bad enough now, and the tentitive eye is still there, after a couple hours, and now totally ringed with clouds near 40,000 ft.
Um, there's no eye there. You're looking for something out of a disorganized mass of nothing. Your posts are the one being debunked by the pros here -- and at the NHC, for which I refer you to http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/text/refresh/MIATWOAT+shtml/060221.shtml -- not anyone else's. We welcome and encourage all comments, but quite frankly this is just getting a little out of hand. If you have any questions, please PM one of the moderators or the poster in question instead of using the message board as your personal discussion forum. Thank you. --Clark
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