I think this goes back to IF the area in the BOC looked as good as the area north of the Yucatan did then we would have had a name already ... again... issue of what some places would like to see happening vs what is happening and a waiting game waiting for the area that IS convecting and has BAD weather and STRONG winds to die down ...if you wait long enough and gamble it falls apart it never existed because it was never named.
Some people call that Denial.
If the area that was predicted to intensify and be tracked develops...then we pay attention to it...
Im sorry, not into playing politics here... think and have always thought the area to worry on it more in the central Gulf north of the Yucatan.
Its a shell game... NHC has shown more interest under the shell closest to Mexico/Texas..so much so that Lyons wrote off anything but a westward bound storm yesterday and they almost had that last night when it looked like the dominant system but I suppose they didnt believe in it enough or they would have named it. Good thing too because..area in central Gulf is HOT again.
Shifting Storms... think no one is posting right now cause no one NO ONE wants to go too much on record here as to what they think.
Of course.. Bastardi has... he's the one putting his neck on the chopping block... got to respect him for that ..whether you like his game or not..got to respect him.
And..he's getting paid for saying how he feels. Go figure.
While everyone around here is looking at the sats and holding back their thoughts.
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