Thanks for the heads up! Interesting! However, this is last night's GFS run. (00Z 5/16/05). New GFS won't be out for another hour or so.
If you follow the charts through 136 hours, you will notice that it is progged to a 500mb vortice. A very small vortice, that dissipates before entering the Florida Straits.
Also note on the 250mb charts the SW shear at greater than 30kts. Not particularly favorable for formation.
Maybe one of the Mets can give us his interpretation.
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