Over the last 5 to 6 hours the visible satellite shots together with the IR enhanced imagery seem to indicate that the LOW might... might be trying to close off the center. At present the IR enhancement reveals an approximate 30 to 35% segment that continues to encircle the center. Starting at the southeastern side of the center and circling counterclockwise around toward the northwestern side of the center. Probably have to run a 6-8 hour loop to see the development as it is very slow.
NWS Slidell,LA radar is beginning to indicate showers in MS as far north as the 31degree north latitude line at Poplarville/ Lumberton,MS.
East GOM Buoy 42003 at 17Z indicating pressure at 1006.5mb winds SE or 120deg at 16gusts to 19kts peak gust to 23kts.
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