Quote: Just a question for those in the know here..Th eight o'clock says watches may be required for portions of the Bahamas..Does this indicate the possability of a more northward or even north east movement?
The 11pm forecast TS wind swath may extend out to the turks and cacos islands, therefore requiring some TS watches/warnings for them.
I think they lowered the storm to 50mph due to the recon reports, and just to align them further. Also, I think the chance that this storm will stay over Cuba for a long period of time will diminish as it gains latitude, as it did during the 8pm advisory.
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