Quote: Thanks Clark. Doesn't look like they will find much when they finally get to her,though. She is looking pretty wick right now. I wonder if it might be downgraded back to a depression again.
I'm curious as to why you think that? To me, Erin looks pretty healthy on satellite right now, at least nominally so for a tropical storm. What are you seeing that suggests otherwise?
Just as a friendly reminder, posts like yours above are better suited for the "Forecast Lounge" forum (accessible via the forum under the "COMMUNICATION" sidebar at left, underneath the storm images) unless you provide some reasoning behind your thinking. Even if you're relatively new at following tropical systems, at least a little bit of reasoning helps -- and can go a long way in helping you learn about these systems.
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