I just looked at a bunch of 12z and 18z runs. The only model that hints of anything coming out of /the depression formally known as #6/ is the ever-aggressive MM5 which brings a small low over greater Miami then back out to sea. The rest of the models pretty much roll convection on toward the Yucatan under a flat blocking ridge. The weirdest of all was the European who brings a low in and up behind TD #6. I didn't check the PSU evolution/analysis to see what type of low it is, but it showed up clearly on the last available run.
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