This thread looks more like a pre-flight briefing for the next three days! I can't get this much information from TV or wire services.
Clark, HF, and Tony have all given the system somewhat of a thumbs down on Tropical development. As was mentioned. Hybrid, or sub-tropical development may occur.
I've just finished reading the afternoon and evening Area Forecast DIscussions from all of the FL Penisula offices, except Key West. At this time, none are mentioning anything above a "possible" surface Low developing. Most of them appeared to be going out on a limb in mentioning development to that level. I'm not speaking for them. These are just my interpretations of the AFDs.
I've also checked the Discussions from the Hydrological Prediction Center and NCEP. They are of the same consensus. Basically, little to no chance for Tropical development.
As stated above that does not rule in, or rule out, sub-tropical development.
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