Morning all.... Northern gulf coasters have something to watch for sure today....
Hanna is maintaining its deep convection to the south of the LLC this morning based on latest IR... started developing this convection last night around 10:00 pm... thus the upgrade to TS. This is our second TS warning for the MS coast this year, and if old Edouard would not have fizzled out, we could have experienced three TS warnings ... whether or not Hanna impact the MS area that much remains to be seen as I would expect the center to pass to the east of us, along with all the associated severe type weather. .. but the more this thing drifted west, as it has done the past 24 hours, the more likely the NHC had to extend the warning areas to the west..
From what I monitored last night and this morning, the system did not make any discernable loop per se, nor did the LLC wash out and relocate to the SE.... what it does next remains to be seen...
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