Quote: The area that you see in the North Central Gulf is largely affiliated with what was once considered to be that upper level low that Chris was supposed to follow in tandem with...Although, it doesn't seem like it's totally an upper feature anymore..
Actually, imho, the feature in the northern GOM is more affiliated - by far - with the MCS that ran into the GOM this morning with an attendant mid-level low. The ULL just to it's east has just about sheared out, already. I might give this feature about a 20% chance to TD over the next 36 hours, at this point. I'm surprised it's not being tracked as an Invest, already. Same goes for x-Chris. Looking much better tonight.
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