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  1. Although i don't usually like making threads for FISH storms this one is forecast to move west for a few days first so will be with us for potentially the next ten days. It should also get quite strong and be a good ACE producer. In terms of track the movement is generally WNW with a turn towards the north west in a few days however the remains of Sally and Paullete either side then start trying to tug Teddy (Euro actually tries to absorb ex Sally's upper low as it goes extra-tropical). NHC bring this to major status by day 5 (shear might be more of an issue afterwards) however the SHIPS model gives a 53% chance that Teddy is 100KT in 72 hours (10.2 times the mean).
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