I agree with Hugh. That mass of thunderstorms came thru here last night and will probably fall apart later in the day, but it wouldn't be the first time one of these eventually turned tropical. Hurricane Danny did it in 97 (I think). The storms last night had a decent amount of rain but virtually no wind, however it was like sleeping next to an artillary unit, unbelievable amount of lightning. TWC even said it may need to be watched, but it is moving at a very fast clip to the west.
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