I have to say I do see this developing soon. Maybe tonight or possibly tomorrow. But with some of the more reliable models holding there ground on this developing and holding together as it comes into contact with some of the islands I would have to say I would be watching this storm closely as I feel there is a fairly good chance at and eventual impact on southeast U.S. given it's slow nature to get organized. The trough along the east coast and retreating ridge to the north should lead to an eventual northwesterly/north turn.
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