TD5 probably isn't a tropical depression. It is either an open wave or a tropical storm. What a catch 22!!!!
Unfortunately TD5 has slowed and according to the last disco the ULL appears that it will move out of the way quickly enough to relax the shear ahead of the storm.
The next recon will tell us a lot more. This thing could still fall part today. Or this thing could take advantage of the slowdown, consolidate and get much stronger in the Central Carribean.
We here on the Gulf Coast do not need a hurricane in the GOM anytime soon. 2004 and 2005 wounds have not nearly healed. I pray TD5 stays disorganized as many have in the Eastern Carribean and moves due West and rains itself out ober Central America. I know that's a wishcast or maybe a praycast, but it is in order.
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