Quote: Assuming Cuba doesn't kill it (we hope it does) Me personally I think it's either stalled right now or reforming to the NW.
It looks like it has stalled to me also. It still has significant outflow and the thunderstorm activity seems to be increasing, but forward progress is just not there, IMO. Like the NHC said, the COC is ill-defined at best. It would not surprise me if we don't see some significant track changes if it holds together for a while longer.
What direction do you think the "significant track changes" will be? The the east or west?
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