center of a weak low pressure is 125 miles SW of Naples moving NE. The system is developing gradually but will probably not develop into a depression as its core is small and will encounter land in 6-8hrs. It should develop more once it gets east of florida tomorrow morning and could be classifed tomorrow evening. In the next 2 days however it will become more of a hybrid system and merge into a larger low pressure system over the N Altantic.......anyways its just interesting to watch right now in its developing stage off of Naples...I expect sw florida to have some gusty winds near 30-40mph and possible isolated tornados near the landfall and over extreme s florida later this evening into tonight until the center passes off the coast tomorrow.
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