Tough to say. The southern periphery of the wave moved into Central America and out into the Eastern Pacific. It's probably going to spur a TS out that way. As for the MLC off of Daytona, you have to think it's got a couple of days over the Gulf Stream. If I was in SC or NC, I'd be watching it over the weekend to see if a heat buildup can get anything going. There's no wave in the area to set it off so it's going to have to work its own magic if it wants to get anything going.
Also of interest to Florida is the upper low heading west toward the state. IR & WV show a classlic "low" look, and there is some convection. I don't usually jump on ULL's working their way to the surface, but it will bring a tropical airmass to FL in the Sunday-Tuesday period.
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