That Ian looks like it will become a powerful dangerous P.I.T.Azz later this week for the FL Gulf Coast and Southern Georgia/Alabama.
Despite all what happened due Fiona, we are on the really full lucky side this season so far here in DR.
And conditions out there East on the Tropical Highway are good enough to produce/allow any size/strength of stormy kinda shi.t .
We have little dry air amounts out there, none near the Windward/Leeward Island nor over the Caribbean Sea.
Areas with windshear out there are small patches and none on the high side.
We have to keep our fingers crossed and the ones who believe in such keep their prayers going, so that it will stay this way.
This Season look's shifted backwards this year, late start and we can await a late finish.
I do not believe that it will be over by end October, which it usually is for our region.
If we get only one more " Fiona" this season, then we can consider ourself very lucky and should start playing the Lottery for a living.
Keep your places/homes ready for hardware staff, so you can dig in quickly at any time.
To understand how favorable conditions are, look on Ian.
Now, SW of Jamaica, a simple TS with 50mphr winds, a centra pressure over 1000mb.
By just early Tuesday morning a Mayor Hurricane over the Western Tip of Cuba approaching quickly the NEern US-Gulf Coasts with still quickly Rising powers.
Conditions are top for storm development, hence for the next weeks to come we will see them growing quick and as Fiona they do not collapse that easy or even rise powers even over Land right aside our high DR mountains.