Hey guys -- it's nice and all, but like Phil mentioned, it's something for the Other Basins forum (click on "Forum" in the left sidebar, then look for the Other Basins forum). If it crosses into the Atlantic, then it's something to watch here. The moisture lifting northward in response to a trough over the western U.S. is moreso the moisture near the subtropical jet axis -- i.e. the moisture already present into the Caribbean -- and not in association with this system. Anything that would move towards the Gulf, no matter where its origins may be, would be sheared apart before doing anything of consequence. Rainfall, as the NHC/TPC noted, would be the only nuisance to watch out for -- but we see that on occasion this time of year regardless.
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