I tend to disagree, conditions in the western carribean are favorable for development. Just got to give it some time. If this disturbance didn't have potential, it would have been gone by now. It really is trying to get itself going. I see a good defined circulation with strong convection, small but it is there. Also, there is no way we are going to get Barry that late according to the current pattern. By July, we MAY be watching Dean or Erin.. really depends how bad this season wnats to get lol. I still stand on my prediction for 18/9/6.
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