Quote: just looked at the 1800 UTC SURFACE ANALYSIS...... there is a 1009mb low there in the sw carribean just northeast of panama... could this be there area that GFS is picking up on and slowly moving to the nw and then north across cuba and to the NE? will watch and see what the 00z run has.... GETTING RAIN HERE IN BAY COUNTY WOW WOW WOW WOW.... (haven't seen rain in a few weeks)
The 1800z GFS is really showing a system developing. Should be interesting.
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