Quote: I too was checking the radar out of Miami, and it does seem to give the impression of a spin. I was gonna post it, but i just didn't want to jump the gun or anything. But this could just be one of those vortices that we have seen the last couple of days.
But if something does form out of this now, as far south as this "spin" is, what does that do to the forcast then?
*grins* "spin" in quotes is a good term for it. as the motion is very disorganized and only tending towards a cyclonic motion. I would hazard that a southerly formation would indicate a WSW motion for a period of time, and then the big question is, what will the ULL do? That is the biggest question for anything that does manage to develop (which I'm think is still unlikely)
19/18/0905 <- My prediction (2013 Predictions)
00/00/00/00 <- Year Totals
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