The system remains porly organized but is now getting a broad west wind in closer to the center... Upper winds are becoming more favorible and the system has no reason not to develop except for some dry air over florida. I expect a TD by tomorrow and probably a TS before landfall...Landfall points are hard right now as it still isnt well defined...and until a center can be identified...the system could make landfall from Miami to Daytona.... but dont expect anything more then a tropical storm and expect the system to turn NW nearing florida around the ridge sliding further into the atlantic to its N and NE. Landfall time frame looks like Sunday afternoon or evening.
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