I wouldn't make a decision on something that hasn't formed yet!! It is being ushered to the west in the strong easterly flow, so the chances are for developing will be better in the long term, and further west. The wave to develop behind this one (according to some models) probably will have a better chance at trekking the Atlantic. But they are only models, and this far out say that something may develop, but its track really not known with accuracy. The GFS takes both out to sea, which we know will flip-flop over the next week or two. I know what you mean though; wherever a think a system will go, it goes the other way. That's why I always say, the first place they call for landfall (models) it won't go there.....buy a house. Cheers!!
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