Just an interesting tidbit from the NWS Melbourne evening discussion:
COULD SEE A BLOW
UP OF CONVECTION OVER THE GULF STREAM TONIGHT AS IMPRESSIVE H5 (MID
LEVEL) VORT ROTATES N ALONG THE FL ATLC COAST. THIS FEATURE IS PART
OF THE REMNANTS OF T.D. #6 AND CAN BE SEEN IN RADAR/SAT IMAGERY. ITS
CURRENT LOCATION IS ABOUT 40 MILES OFFSHORE MARTIN COUNTY WHICH
MATCHES WELL WITH 00Z GFS FORECAST.
Shows up quite well on radar and is drifting very slowly to the north.
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