Interesting that models have slowed down the speed of 90L, if it is able to organize over the BOH and then quickly over the BOC it has a decent chance of becoming a hurricane before landfall, as systems usually do down in the BOC. No threat to the US so far as ridging across the GOM stays strong.
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Still looks like we're going to have our first hurricane of the season this week, and in the Gulf as he heads west into Mexico. This morning's GFS really bombs future Franklin in the Bay of Campeche. HWRF and HMON also follow suit bringing him to hurricane strength.
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