No but i herd someone say it was on its back tonight.
Formation of a significant tropical cyclone is posiblle anywhere in the box between 20n , 62w and 25n , 68 w within the next 36 hours. All boating intrest and people in north and south carolina should moniter the progress of the tropical disturbance at 62 west south of 24n. well anyway apart from that i bet money its going to refire tonight and should that happen i think the LLCC should be established at that time. things look as if tonight is the nght for go but i dont feel comfertuble as evrything up into now has said tommorow night. As i look at and slowlly review the sat loops with the upper low backing south west the trough coming into 90 and the apperent swirl wich is moving west, and ridge building in behind it things just look right for this to start happenng tonight, and seems it may be doing that with convective popcorn starting to fire in band form up to an around the apparrent swirl.
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