This reminds me of TS Josephine in 1996. It will be a very lop-sided system, with most of the rain on the eastern side. It will probably start becoming extratropical as it moves across the NE Gulf, and will therefore have a large wind field. I doubt this will make it to hurricane strength, but it has the potential to be a strong TS. A typical October system.
On a side note, winds are 20-25mph here in Central Florida today. Pressure is high, and there is a strong gradient between the high pressure over us and the developing tropical system.
-------------------- Ronn Raszetnik - Hazards Geographer
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