LOL funny,, why did I see that happening a couple hours ago. ZZZZZZZZZZ I agree with NHC lets get recon in there to get a fix to see if there is a developing LLC near the midlevel low near 21.4N and72.2W. If not, then all things are off, even the N turn they expect with the swirl. I say they will find the swirl is indeed the center, the mid level low will eventually come down to the surface later by Sunday-Monday after drifting NNE. Then become better organzied during Monday then make the move SW then W Tuesday-thru Thurs and threaten florida later that day into Friday. By next weekend A strong trough will replace the strong ridge early this week over the eastern U.S. and drive anything that is in the eastern gulf N and NE.
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