I believe it was loiscane who posted the great link to the loops for the entire basin. As I'm looking at it, Danny/remnants of Danny are just east of that Bermuda high. When I looked at the loops, if Danny keeps moving South and West, it looks like that circulation may just pull Danny more west and suck him closer to the US mainland. Anyone else see that?
Also...TD#6 is looking better this morning, even if they say it is just an "open wave". It also looks (this picture I just saw on TWC Tropical Update) as if it has slowed down some, but that might just be the speed at which they were playing that particular loop cycle.
I would not write either one of those systems off yet and it will be a very interesting "watching the tropics" week.
Will this be another year of classifying/de-classifying/re-classifying storm systems? Hmmmmm..........
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