Yeah Lois, Isaac looks like he's destined for the open waters. 97L looks a bit odd right now, but has held together, small as it is. With everything having such difficulty getting organized this year, we can't forget it CAN happen. Ed was also looking the the wave ESE of the Windwards. Its pretty far to the south, but has the structure a something that could develop. If this was 2005 I'd say its definitely a go. But this year i cast doubt on everything. Conditions just haven't been that favorable. But think we'll be getting into a surge of development during the next few weeks. Then bring on the cold fronts!!
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