Wanted to add that throughout the day persistently there has been a second twist in the radar due south of the Key in the Straits. South of Key Largo to the Middle Keys.. Saw it this morning but wasn't sure and watching it again. The area (one of strong convection) turns on its own axis. And, has done so for a while.
I don't think the Gulf area is all that organized and had heard a few local mets say originally they expected development in the Straits.
Either way... area to its east is inhibiting development .. possibly shearing/shredding it apart a bit.
Question.. when was the last time there was such a set up with two developing systems on either side of Florida?
And...note with 29 anonymous users online right now.. we are getting real quick into the BUSY time
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