Thanks Hank, I thought I was on to something early and ugly. Saw a few clouds in the Yucatan area earlier on TWC. The local TV Forecaster had a really nice color loop of the entire GOM...but No mention of the Yucatan Area.
I'm with you on the SSTs. They were running about 1.5C degrees above normal on the 21st of Feb, at buoy 42001 ( See Everything and Nothing Forum).
I'm here for the night. Will bring up the GOM sites and keep watch. Practice...right.
Off topic. 6 months post-'K', and things are still debris strewn in places 50-90 miles inland. I'm sure the areas South of here are still quite cluttered. The Coast and New Orleans managed to pull off a smaller Mardi Gras, but I believe it helped 'some' of them get back in step.
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