Not even worth talking about until after 72-96hrs for the U.S. or recurving out to sea after that. Main thing will be "Will this affect the NE Leeward islands". Tropical Systems are a near term thing (within 72hrs). Also it will be important on the 60 longitude by day 4. GFS and ECMWF have it making it to 19-20N and 60W by then. Lets first see if it goes north of 20-60 or middle or even 17-18N and affect the islands. Right now its a good bet she will be somewhere between 18-20N and 60W by then.
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