Well it needs a huge burst of convection in order to be declared a TD.. it is a very well organized invest at the least. This MAY come to the USA but it has some forces it will go through before it can get stronger, shear and dry air.. should be at least a TS through the Atlantic, maybe when it reaches north of the Carribean, it may strengthen and possibly curve north as the GFS has been predicting all along.
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