TPC didn't say ANYTHING about the impressive blowup NE of the Islands and also, arguably ,the best organized, hottest looking wave off Africa so far this yr. Looks like it will run into dust and cooler waters, but right now it looks like a td...and the system NE of the Leewards is quite impressive in it's own right.
Agree with other posters on system SW of NS....I wonder if last seasons glut of storms has had a boomerang or rubberband effect of leading NHC to be much more conservative with classifying systems than last year? I mean, two years in a row with WAY higher activity would be something....especially if the numbers started running high now like they did then...
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