NHC has increased 97L to 40% likely to develope in 48hrs. The convection has increased and it looks like the dry air is retreating slightly. I dont see this as a gulf storm due to the heights in the SW US. The other thing is the ULL to the NW of 97L is forecast to weaken but shows no sign of doing so as of yet. That will move the system a little more wnw in time. Its all about when it develops and how quickly as to the track.
-------------------- Born into Cleo (64)...been stuck on em ever since
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