Barring something *very* odd happening, I'm willing to call this a case of the NHC doing a little CYA. There is no reason for the low to develop into anything tropical, but you might be seeing a bit of getting the word out in case something happens that is similar to last year.
It certainly doesn't look like much from the sats...
As an aside, I wonder if this is a piece of energy from Adrian.
-------------------- M. S. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech - December 2018.
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