Definately not trying to build a track similarity here folks, just building an analogy. Charley didn't do anything fast in organizing/developing between here and Jaimaica...and he was running like a bat out of heck at this point too. As a matter a fact, he never ever did slow down...on that note...he also had a lot of saharan dust to the NW of him too. The point is this...rule of thumb is that HF is totally right, but some skate through under the right circumstances. At this point...it is tough to say that the right circumstances are there. 05 is doing okay, but 2 days from now may be a different story. In the short term, S. American influence has been lessened due tothe higher latitude so that shouldn't hurt him, it's up to shear and forward motion dynamics now.
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