well I'm going to agree with the models on this system, especially with the high pressure ridge to the north... its still on a bee line due west... as I've said earlier hauling butt too... does show some nice outflow in the ne quadrant of the system... TX/MX border perhaps, give or take 100 miles...very similiar condition setting up as with Claudette, although she did go a little farther north than most models predicted, but not all that much off... I do think it needs to slow down if its going to reach hurricane status, of which I think its certainly got a shot...... this might just be the easiest one of the three GOM storms this season to forecast... just gotta love them blocking highs over the northern GOM... especially with a big wedding on Saturday... amen...
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