there's a neat little feature near the yucatan today--appears to be a weak mid-level disturbance/surface convergence line flaring near east of an upper low in the diffluent region. high level winds are increasing, however, and the ssts are only in the 70s, so it won't do anything. just getting into march, so the basin won't be primed for several months to come. HF 0010z03march
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