Looks like TD#6 is going the same way as Claudette did when her precursor disturbance was in this area. Initially both looked good when out in the open Atlantic, but fizzled near the islands. I think we may see TD#6 redevelop when it gets into the Caribbean, much like Claudette did. However, the forward motion needs to ease a little. Also, if it tracks too close to PR and Hispaniola, land interaction may inhibit development. I think at the moment it could go either way - 1) Fizzle out totally; or 2) this may be a temprorary interruption and the system may reorganise a day or two down the line.
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