97L appears to be organizing once again. It seems to be shaking that pesky upper-low to some extent since the upper-low is outrunning the speed at which 97L is moving. It will be interesting to see what the models show in just a little while; at this time, I think a landfall between Biloxi, Mississippi and Houston, Texas seems more likely than earlier due to 97L's delayed development.
I don't know just yet, as far as where 98L will go, but I figure North Central Mexico is the most likely place. Of course, with no model runs on 98L yet, my guess could be wrong.
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