Ed, I am familiar with the NWS met discussions from Melbourne. I consider them to be some of the best, and they are usually quite conservative. When they use language like that we should take notice (as everybody should regardless of where they are: preparedness). They see things downstream that should make residents in the SE US/GOM prepared. I agree that the depression will intensify (it is showing some signs of that already) once the forward speed slows a bit since there's a lot of energy there, and as noted by NHC, a strong wind field. NHC expects her to slow tonight, which should allow her to spin up quite quickly. Again, we'll wait patiently to see if this verifies, it should. But as of 11 am, still moving at 23 mph. Thanks for keeping us informed Ed!! Cheers!!
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