Laura is getting some convection and outflow going but I'll be darned if I can't find the center. I think its even further south the NHC has it. With each cone update the NHC has moved it further south. For example the Thurs 5PM advisory had it forecast to be nearly 110 miles N of its current position. Its got the same problem Isaias had with multiple spins none of which are stacked over the surface low. The weather stations I've checked in PR indicate a weak storm, the strongest winds are well displaced to the east. Once again on its current track (if even remotely accurate) it will be over land for the next 48 hours. This seems like an impossible to survive scenario.
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