As noted by everyone TD3 is north of where it *should* be but the ULL kind of sucked/pushed it up there. Now it appears the ULL has moved far enough away to allow the western side to develop. About an hour ago I noticed an increase in storms on that side and now it appears to have some outflow on all sides. If it can warp itself up it might be a pretty strong TS by tomorrow. However right now its still too ragged, with no true center and the ULL is squishing it too much. There seems to be a two highs above it so that should keep the northern motion in check in the long run.
-------------------- South FL Native... experienced: David ('79) - Floyd ('87) - Andrew ('92) - Georges ('98) - Irene ('99) - Frances & Jeanne ('04) - Katrina & Wilma ('05)
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