Looks like, from the satellite views of the Atlantic, that regardless of what the Bahama mess does, there will be plenty to watch and follow over the comming days, and months most likely. It appears to be buisy out there, the save is that shear is high for now. I feel as though something might get going during the next week or so. Remember, model runs do not typically do well until surface lows actually develop; so I wouldn't put too much stock in those at the moment. Use your own experience, and you'll decide on your own maybe, that 2006 is going to be buisy-buisy-buisy! We do needthe rain in most of Florida, but any winds above 50 mph starts doing minor damage, so we don't need more of that.
Will the Bahama mess develop? That is the question. It could a bit, but most likely not. I think it will come into Florida as a non tropical low, affecting areas from Palm Coast to Stuart with on and off light to moderate rain showers, and maybe brief gusty winds, never exceeding 25 mph. If all came together perfectly now, the worst vwould be a T.D. with more rain then, and a bit more wind, exspecially along the immediate beaches. I think the plane will be put on hold for today, unless something changes dramatically.
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