You're SO correct when you say we must keep a close eye on this feature. Just like the poster before me said, this is on the verge of a TS, not a TD. The winds are really strong enough to support a TS but the structural organization of the circulation isn't *quite* there yet. I wouldn't at all be surprised to see all hell breaking loose when I check on this thing tomorrow afternoon when I get home. I love these situations!
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