system in the GOM looks to be wrapping around nicely on the vis loop, good presentation... If we ever get the LLC confirmed its going to be more north than prediced by the models... and perhaps move the system up the lower coast of TX down the road... ..... also appears to be hauling butt...probably riding on the edge of the big high pressure ridge off to the north... still needs to slow down somewhat but I think it should be classified soon... IMO..ridge should prevent any impact to northern gulf coast... however, lower to central texas needs to start getting ready for another system... I agree with Steve, I would not be surprised to see this get to at least a Cat 1... provided it does slow down somewhat...
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