Looks like we'll have Erika within hours! Personally i think she looks fit to explode, and could pose a potentially serious problem to the Lesser Antilles by Monday or Tuesday. Visible imagery showed a well organised system, lookng really quite symetric. Its dark now so cant see much on the visibles, and havent looked at IR. Still, i think Erika by tomorrow morning.
As for Danny, he is now a TS, and heading east. Can he survive as he turns more to the south? if so will he reintensify? Potentially a very interesting few days coming up... and we are still only in July!!
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