There is still a better chance..old 90L races westward tonight into Weds and develops a small tight core of only 25 miles with winds in excess of 45-50kt (cause of the ridge to its north giving a pressure gradient)to its north side coming ashore from Cocoa Beach to Daytona .... then the cyclonic low off Naples developing in the next 48 hrs... cyclonic low off SW florida is just that...and not tropical...it will take a few days to become that..and by then...it may have too much dry air that comes down from the southern mississippi valley and really hamper this thing.
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