Let's see them get the direction close to accurate with 4L before we start talking about their "skill," eh?
I just posted an opinion in WU - apparently not all that dissimilar to the latest discussion.
In general, I'm leaning towards W/WNW - gradual strengthening - at times uneven (perhaps some steps back here or there?) - and should it actually pull through the increase shear and SAL ahead without opening up, there may be a much larger window for more rapid intensification west of 70W (again, if it makes it that far). - would appear that between the juicy warm SSTs and increasingly less hostile/even more hospitable upper-level winds here (s of 25N and w of 70W) - that a solid TS in that environment could pull it off.. if if if
A whole lotta "ifs" with these iffy systems, ya know?
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