The 2 pm est tropical model runs initialize 90L as a 40kt tropical storm. Interesting, considering the flight level winds are weaker than yesterday, when it was initialized as a 30kt depression (ditto for this morning's runs).
I wonder if this means the NHC is considering naming it. Pure speculation, of course, but what the hell -- why not speculate.
Also, the latest runs of all 4 of those models eventually bring 90L east. Of course they've been all over the place, so I suspect they'll change again, but I think that's the first time since at least Friday or Saturday when all four bring it east. (The still do so at markedly different latitudes and in markedly different time frames.)
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