Very interesting discussion about our first hurricane of 2007 in the western (N) hemisphere. Pretty amazing storm to still be generating such strong convection at it's center. I agree that model data needs to be viewed with some uncertainty due to location, lack of data and limited synoptic climatology. Would not be surprised to see the remnants of COSME re-strengthen to TS as it nears the islands. Thanks for sharing your insights.
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