nope..that is a mid level inpulse from the T-storm complex that went out over Yucitan Channel last night.
The center of circulation is forming around 16N and 86W just north of honduras...its weak elongated near 1010mb but pressures are falling and will continue.
Strength of this and movement is still up in the air. Models on the 12z runs are all over the place...The GFS has been flip-floping from the Central GOM to now leaving central and northern florida dry and only S Florida receiving rains. I feel as of right now..this is a outliner....but lets see what the 0z runs tonight show.
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