Well I got a couple hours of sleep and awake to what still presentation wise looks like a Tropical Storm. I agree that it is a very small system and may have some trouble in that regard, but it looks like it is trying to fight through that with some decent convection trying to re-fire right now. I guess I was a little excited at 4AM so I am trying to reel that in, but still I think we have a developing T.S. on our hands.
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