Allan thats a easy bet on between the Carolinas and Bermuda...right now.. thats the path or it may slide east of Bermuda .. but thats also a easy guess. Yeah the troughs are weak and faster to move in and out this time of year but I do feel Bermuda will be the closest landmass. I dont see this getting any closer than 68W if it misses the first trough. At least this system takes the boring part of early July out of the way in the Atlantic...maybe we can get something else to watch later this weekend approaching the carribean!
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