The circulation of future Kyle is still ill defined. The Mid-LC left the northwestern tip of Puerto Rico recently on a NW-track. Developement in the near future will be slow until the system pulls itself together. The hurricane modells show then a continuous, slow development on a NNW-N-track till landfall in Delaware in about 5 days as a 960 hPa-hurricane. GFDL isn´t much south of New York for landfall! I wouldn´t be very surprised of another US-landfall this year with all this land seeking storms! Will become an interesting week!
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