Quote: Hmm.. something interesting is trying to organize south of this whole mess.. southeast of the Yucatan, in very warm waters and favorable conditions, a bit of banding going on there.. could this be the "actual" system? Check out the western atlantic satellite.. and examine closely the south part of what I call a mess! I knew something interesting was gonna come into play sometime tonight.. and this area is basically where the models start this "possible" hybrid/tropical system. I'd watch that area, it's deffinatly of interest.. better then what we had and have been tracking today. The NHC put an invest floater on the blow up from the ULL.. but I think they should move it south of that.
Yea allan the thunderstorm activity has been rather persistent tonight,lets see what takes palce over night.
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