Well Bobbie, this hour our ExTD2's pulse is on the increase, and it looks just a tad bit more organized than it did from earlier this morning. Evidence of the mid level circulation still apparent, and convection is on the increase the past hour or so in the southern quadrant. I just hope to see it make it to the GOM without falling apart, which this old system tends to want to do after getting our interest every other day or so... my opinion is that the system is trying to develop a LLC and having a hard time getting the mid level circulation down to the surface at the moment, but its in the process of trying to make that happen, and its strugging, but if it does..... we will see our little TD back in the picture for the upcoming week... jury still on this one but at least its trying to make it interesting for us...
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