Havnt posted since Claudette and she was right on track with S Texas Landfall as a hurricane, though I expected her to become 1 24-36 hours earlier the sheer persisted alittle longer then expected.
On to So-called TD6. It may be a TD but if so its not showing on any data we are recieving, infact this was a TD many days back but over the last 24 hours I see a open wave. Good pic up by some people on here. Remember the recon will give us the data we need to know if there is a calm wind of the S side showing a 99% close cir to be classified, and if it does then we will have Danny as trade winds with speed of the system show this as a 40-45mph system. I wont give a insight on this yet since I dont know if its a TS or a wave right now and no 1 does until recon checks it out. But alot of guessing on the track in day 4-5. Lets just see first if we have a wave or TS then by Weds morning we will actually know if there will be a NW turn or not. Also to note, if it is a wave then expect the wave to continue W to Jamaica by Weds by later that afternoon he might again close off a circulation and turn in the same path as Claudette, or if recon does find a very weak W wind then a more NW turn will happen and move just NE of Jamaica and turn towards Cuba.
Overall lets wait for recon for 1 and next wait till Weds morning on path. scottsvb
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