It appears a broad LLC has formed near 27N-74W with several swirls rotating around it on the NW and SW periphery. Latest VIS SAT shows the convection getting pulled toward the broad center from the east and the system is generally starting to wrap up. Looks like low shear over the the broad center now so some better organization is possible today/tomorrow. Still some dry air being entrained from the W-SW and it looks like another lop-sided system similar to Alberto may form. Models generally take it west across the FL peninsula, either over the S and Central peninsula. Most models then slide it N either along the west coast or inland from the coast. All models keep the system weak.
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