I would have to agree the storm is much better organize than she was just a few hours ago.I had some of the same concerns about this dry air but if she stacks herself right she going to build her own little enviroment up top.The fact that thier is little wind shesr to oppose this develoment only her own forward speed she ought to do well.I would even venture to say that her winds might be more than the NHC predict.This is one area they (NHC) still have an admitted problem.Claudette concerned me because of her proximity to the GC region.This one the gate seems to be open for down the road for either FL. E coast or the GC region if she slides S of main islands like George did. Kevin
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