1007 just seems high for 40 mph winds, but you're right there are higher then nornmal heights in the enviorment and some some good pressure gradient flow. It's on it's way to having a closed circulation, I do think that it will become a hybird type storm because it's forming in an area of shear and there's a jet following the cold front down, which will provide some mixing. Maybe the southern portion of the storm will become a TD or TS and the northern portion will be a hybird. Just a thought. Fogot to login, whoops!
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