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If it holds, i leave sat for cooba. North or south coast, depending on conditions.
North entry port is about 150nm, south entry is about 350nm
That would be about 5 days out. I suppose steering currents, at the time, could be pretty clear that it could not change course toward Cuba. That's still a long way out. The 66% likely forecast is still 200nm wide at that point. 1 in 3 it goes wherever the heck it wants outside the cone.

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70% chance of forming TS over Bahamas Tomorrow.

Heading for every state that surrounds, but not including, any state beginning with A except Arkansas and Alaska.
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If it holds, i leave sat for cooba. North or south coast, depending on conditions.
North entry port is about 150nm, south entry is about 350nm
Do keep us posted, this is kind of exciting.

I'm living vicariously through your real-time hurricane dodging.

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70% chance of forming TS over Bahamas Tomorrow.

Heading for every state that surrounds, but not including, any state beginning with A except Arkansas and Alaska.
Euro has it popping the abacos...jeez.
Gfs has it not forming.

64L slowed down.
Euro has it going over cuba now, s to n, then forming hurricane.
I say, loudly, down with the euro...
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What's the current plan, man.


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Go south, preferably keeping bottom of acklins and matthew town within reach if conditions change. Having mild southerlies right now.
Weather doesnt look as crazy now..mother nature reined her temp back in for a while
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Bermuda might get smacked hard
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