OK, i have had a chance to look over some of the model data and it seems as if our little friend NE of the Bahamas is gaining some support. CMC tracks a broad low over the Florida Peninsula, with the WRF experimental taking a deeper and more defined system towards the georgia coast in around 3-4 days. Given the current organisation of the system, it seems as if whatever may develop will likely be broad and relatively weak, especially at first. With most forecasts taking the system west and either inland over the SE US or at least across the FL peninsula, land interaction could also put the brakes on development. On the other hand, most models to seem to agree that there is some chance for this feature to hang out over water for longer - and therefore it does get the possibilitiy of more development. however, with visible imagery going within the next hour or two, i guess we will have to wait til tomoro to find out whats happening for sure. Interesting that this system is currently not labelled as an INVEST, though i'm sure thats only a matter of time too!
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