I hear ya HanKFranK. The Globals have started showing development off Africa into the Mid-Atlantic starting in 3-4 days. I wonder about the 1013mb Low that is just passing CV. Its void of convection but the ATL is finally looking wet and may I say....ripe.
True, a tropical system crossing FL and in GOM is priority, but it has had the look of recent systems who had high expections placed on them, but except for Claudette, have fizzled.
I had some talkback with a few post pining for the return to CV mega-storms. According to the Globals, it may come to fruition.
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