Again, please forgive the late additions (we keep having very active wx here in Texas)
Everybody, I was a holdout through much of the day, especially looking at such unfavorable shear atop already marginal SSTs in much of the GOM. Best I could argue for was a highly "lopsided TC" (which of course just about never gets a name, baring extenuating reasons).. and I still argue that the most likely scenario is for some kind of hybrid that is or is not name-worthy... But gee whiz, I concede to what is going on tonight. Here are two examples
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