The latest floater shows that the convection such as it is, is sort of southeast of the circuation. it already looks like it is building more geographic width. If the convection builds around the new circulation, we could have a sizeable storm. It is much more likely to flareup again with the outline looking as strong as it does from statellite. This is not a storm to discount as being gone. Continue the rule of thumb that until it is either completely disappated or has passed your latitude, it is still something to think about. I remember Andrew was declared overwith by the majority of storm watchers in 92, IF we did not learn that lesson then, we will have to experience it again. For amateur watchers, the discussions are in time frames, they change frequently. I read a report on Tuesday night that hurricane conditions would be expected for mariners in the vicinity of Central Florida between Friday and Sunday. This is long term information for shipping and boating interests. I am going to go with that report until it changes to calm seas and low wave heights.
-------------------- God commands. Laymen guess. Scientists record.
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