Amazing NHC couldn't see that earlier...it was NNE of Ernesto for a while and moved west, is weaking, was entangled in his outflow, which is probably helping to fill it (the low).
Looks better on satellite, seems poised for intensification...interesting that this morning NHC said 'no shear', now it's light NE shear...
Can anyone say David ('79) ? I went through that in Volusia County, the eye passed over NSB. It was pretty fierce. David was knocked from Cat 5 (I think) to a tropical storm over DR, and made landfall in Fl as a 90 mph hurricane.
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