Starting to find a low level circulation. Beryl may just be on the way folks. I believe that it will become TD2 in 24-48 hours. The NHC will probably put up an area of interest by the 00 model run. Interesting to see what the GFDL model picks up on this. Looking at this reminds me of Alberto. This ugly looking thing may become a organized storm. Imagine it's August or September, cat. 2 or 3 Hurricane Beryl would be the case! You just never know. After a year like last year you just will never know what will happen these days. I believe 20 or more storms will be the number of storms this year. They predicted the same amount of storms that was predicted this year last year and look what happened. So much early signs of African waves. You just never know. Just remember, we learned from last year that you can't always depends on the models. Think about it. Keep watching what should be the new " Area of Interest "
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