first...wave formerly known as td6 is following the old tracks of models and nhc... says a lot i think
like when you turn off the tv when you are sure a runner is fumbling in the middle of the play but manages to hang on to the ball and even tho you went out for ice cream the runner is about to score a TD
well think this wave has real TD ability again..
doing nicely over tahiti and imagine if its doing this well over land can do even nicer over warm hot water
do notice nhc said to continue to go wnw and its going nw if not nnw.. is it following the old ukmet run?
guess the way it was going to make that turn was to fall apart for a day, who could have predicted that one
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