Just about all the models are keeping with a wave coming off Africa.. CMC has back WAY off though in the 12z run compared to past ones.
RIght now, I think the Low (what's left of Chris) needs to be watched over the next 12 hours or so. Once it leaves Cuba, it's got a shot of getting it's name back. The cluster of storms near LA is an interesting feature in itself. I read up a bit on Danny ('97 season) once I got to work today. And for those who haven't looked it or don't remember. It was an MCS that moved into the Gulf further west than the one from Friday night. It took about a day to get TD status, then TS to Cat 1 hurricane after 24 hours. Basically just bounced off and on the Mississippi Coast. SO this is something I'll watch closer than the LLC over Cuba...but it would be this time tomorrow to know for sure (at the latest) if we are going to get a tropical system out of this.
You can bet that both of these areas will be closely monitored for development since they would be the more immediate threat. It will be interesting to watch the wave out in the Atlantic though... each wave has been a little more aggressive than the last...
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