I was thinking the east Caribbean would be a good spot for sudden strengthening. I remember the waves late July and early that august passed through here on the 28th and then another 4th-5th that went through the eastern Caribbean, it blew up for a day as it crossed through eastern Caribbean. the same area Dorian is about to pas through, much like the area around the Bahamas, this may be one of those spots, in fact the forecast track seems to have been a sweet spot or area of focus this year will be closely watching tomorrow.
I really think the Aug 4-5th storm could have been a weak storm if only for a day. attached is a sat of that wave from early august. in next post will be the avn I have of it ,....then the July 28th wave. also I wont post sat photo but I have them of a TD#3 and a wave on 25 the moving through the area, and another that followed same route on the 14th. All did well comparatively.to anything going on around at the time.
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