You sure wouldn't think that anything tropical was forming near Florida. I was out about 25 miles in the Atlantic out of Port Canaveral yesterday and there was not a breeze or a wave to be found. I thought I was on a lake.
As to TD6, that has got to be the best looking tropical depression I have ever seen.
And, not to compare tracks, but Andrew started as a depression about where Frances is, dropped to a wave, moved northwest above the islands and then flattened out to move due west into Florida. That's a long, long way off, and I'm NOT saying it's going to follow Andrew, just saying to look at the analogies and that if models are saying it may not be a fishspinner, we need to watch it.
andrew was never operationally declassified from tropical storm, FYI. but yeah, that's pretty much the track. -HF
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