I think what could be of interest is a trough of low pressure in the Florida Straits, at least it was there Monday evening, I haven't done a surface analysis this morning yet. My surface analysis showed a trough extending from north of Grand Bahama to near the Cayman Islands. Once this thing begins interacting with the front, we could see something spin up in the southeastern Gulf or the Florida Straits.
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