What is also interesting is the remnants from the first "big spin" that came off of Africa a while back are now kicking up on the back side of the Caribbean ULL. I wonder which system will win the battle for that energy. I posted on Storm2k that it will be interesting to see how strong 91L can get crossing the Gulf westward. It will be south of a very strong retrograding Atlantic ridge and north of the ULL. It's position relative to the ULL is the biggest factor in how strong it can get. I wouldn't rule out Cat-1, but if things align right, 2 or 3 wouldn't be out of the question for South Texas.
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