HF...You are right that this system is developing and it is not a truly "tropical" thing. So now what do we call it? During hurricane season....in the tropical Atlantic? I can't hear about another hybrid system. The center of circulation is just east of Great Abaco and if projected track is correct then I will most likely be the one to tell you all about it.....if this rainy area should decide to move my way. My winds have shifted now to the NE at 15mph with gusts. No rain in sight yet...but one can hope! it isn't frontally associated so it'll get tropical or subtropical designation. if it has an expansive windfield and no cdo probably subtropical. otherwise tropical. -HF
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