I was just about to comment that I think I see the "LLC" on the east edge of PR long range radar loop. Convection has fired just a bit s/sw of the "LLC". Most of the models that hook this out to sea or atleast take it east of Fl also initialize the system farther north than where it appears to be (has huge implications on projected path).
With now appearing to have maintained its westward movement, it is going to be really difficult for this to recurve without some impact on land.
I know the mountain ranges in Dom Rep/Haiti are tall and would (and have in the past) disrupt this system but what about the effects of PR if it goes directly over them?
-------------------- Fran, Bertha, Dennis & Floyd (Tag Team)
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