notice starting back when it was Erika and definitely a TS and then as it falls apart.. follow not the bottom part but the top part of the system.. always is energy to the top that maintains itself as an entity as it rolls along to the west.. if you follow it not only can you see its there..but it has climbed and maintained a wnw track whereas the lower center raced west..
follow the top part... cause TD6 was ALWAYS strongest on top.. not bottom.. way back as a wave off Africa
adjust the loop real slow and watch the dark bloody reds on the top part of the storm which is at a higher lat and if it developed there would adjust an official track to the right
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