Interesting Ed, this may atone for the odd model behavior I noted earlier, of the 12z guidance. They were showing a broadened llv pressure pattern and weakening wind field, and then out of now where a closure took place along the NW Yucatan Penn - it was as though the vorticity sheared out and severed into a newly developing system! Fascinating, but perhaps it was the displaced(ing) mlv center then drilling down when/if new convection develops as the overall lower pressure core goes back over the hot waters of the Bay.
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