Well not many on at 3am but thats ok.....Ill just post to myself.......Albertos pressure on last recon fix was 1006mb but since that last report....T-Storms have come in closer to the center as the dry air gets squeezed out from the south and the NE......I wouldnt be surprised if the pressure is down some by 5am adv and next recon.....GFDL still has this a hurricane near Panama City in 24hrs or so....but I feel that is to the extreme west...more like Cedar Key area with heaviest weather there and south..... There is now a elongated 3 swirls within center of Alberto...and the NE one is taking over ....if this continues...there is a 50% chance it could be a strong TS by later in the evening Monday...but thats cause the center will be in the CDO ( which is trying to wrap around now). Its movement slowly NE is causing less shear but its still there.. Anyways next 6 hrs we will see if the trend continues... Slight chance by 11am hurricane watches might go up with this continues and recon finds pressure under 1000mb.
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