Alright, a little more consistancy in a few of the models (so far I've only looked at a few...) CMC still has "something" tropical developing and moving into the panhandle in 4 and 1/2 days after crossing the peninsula. This would be GREAT for us if this was the case because we need the rain! The GFS has the low moving further south but more or less dying out? if that is the right term.
I think we will see something come out of this in the next 48-72 hours but it's going to take some time. Right now it doesn't look all that healthy, but that can quickly change...keeping an eye on it though for sure, would love LOVE some rain this weekend
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