I agree, 92L looks like it may have gotten its act together.
Living in Florida, I have been watching this storm like a hawk. Does it look like the re-formation of 92L/Fay brought it south enough that the mountains of Puerto Rico and Hispaniola might get a chance to rip her apart before she gets up closer to my neighborhood? (Not wishing a hit on the islands!)
Still remember Andrew going north of the islands and then being driven in to South Florida by the Bermuda high...
-------------------- Earliest memory Hurricane Cleo!
Went under Hurricane Gloria!
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