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Tropical TS Wilfred

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With it being September 18th already and no model showing a soon to form TD+ from this then threatening anywhere even near the CONUS, I’m going with a very high likelihood that this will never threaten the CONUS unless it avoids becoming a TS+ before reaching 50W. I’m pretty much now looking for systems forming from just E of the LAs westward and NWward for the rest of the season for potential US threats.
 

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Plot twist 98L has become Wilfred!
I swear I had no idea this was going to be upgraded to a TS already when I posted what I did just a few minutes ago. Ok, now I can predict with high confidence that Wilfred won’t ever be a CONUS threat as it will either dissipate out in the open ocean or, if not, it will recurve well OTS.
 
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