Not sure what to wish for Ed. This LLC is about 40 miles SE of here. Guess I hope it moves over me tonite and gives some or that rain from the "remnants of TD6" the local Wx guys have been harping/hyping the past day or so.
On the other hand it could stay put and brew for a couple days and ..........
Well just got off phone, The diving trip for tomorrow is now cancelled. The water temps off coast here are just to cold for us. A report from yesterday was that water on bottom at Fifty feet is 53 degrees. Much to cold for this Florida boy to be crawling around the bottom scouting for spots holding Lobsters. I sure hope it warms by Mini-Season next week because we will be going out then cold weather or not.
Anyway been wondering if there is any research into how the cold water upwellings that sometimes occur in the summer along Florida coast interact with anything tropical that just might be trying to form. I digress
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