From "Nearly nil chance of development" to this (NWS Tallahassee AFD, 2:30 PM):
SHWRS/ TSTMS INCREASING WHERE MOIST DEEP SELY FLOW WILL ADVECT NWWD FROM GULF AND BE PERIODICALLY ENERGIZED BY SEVERAL IMPULSES OF ENERGY ROTATING NEWD ON THE EAST SIDE OF LOW. LATEST SATELLITE PIX HINT AT DEVELOPMENT OF A CIRCULATION.
Tropical airmass in place here in the Big Bend, along with distinct banding features. Certainly warm enough SST's over the central gulf. Any information from the met's?
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