>>No. More like fishes. I think the Carribean is in trouble this year. The longer the track the better the chance of a fish. Doesn't mean a storm can't get under the trof but a better chance then last year. Where not even the TUTT was present most of the season.
Last year's TUTT was interesting as it existed along with trof splitting on the NA Continent. That was a combo year (neutral) setup if ever there was one. Now I've noticed trofs are splitting still this year with a mean position even further west than what they were last year (TX/MN at the height). Whether or not any permanent TUTT sets up in the Atlantic (or even periodically) remains to be seen for the season as does the probability of recurvature. My thinking so far this year, and I haven't done almost any research so it's FWIW, is that there will probably be a multiple-hit season including splits between the Gulf and East Coast. I don't want to jump the gun without reading all the pro takes out there in April and May, but with indications of an already strong Atlantic High building, the shot at long trackers is better than average. It's just a wait and see game now.
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