Quote: A center reformation to the northeast - and as of now right on top of Puerto Rico - tosses future track and intensity back into more complexity, as it could drive Laura over Hispaniola.
This is a pretty dynamic situation, there are 2 or maybe 3 centers fighting to become Laura. The one that wins and its location will be critical to its future. The storm has developed a much more defined environment around it and outflow continues to improve. If she can punch down to the surface and find warm water it might survive. Current guidance has it tracking right down the middle of the land mass, which clearly would keep it very much in check, but just getting a few miles further north will allow some ocean heat to be draw in and she live to fight on.
Crazy that she is tracking into brother's Marco predicted landfall area too now. A few days ago this possibility seemed ridiculous.
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