Quote: The data from Recon is some of the oddest data I've seen from a tropical storm. Flight level winds are not what you would normally see flying the standard "X" pattern.
We may see a Center jump due to this. The Center appears to be elongated on a NW to SE line. Oblong, if you will.
The temperature difference from the surface to higher levels in the atmosphere is actually pretty abnormally low, it's really an unusual situation in the Gulf right now. The system looks tilted, like it could reform center wise, but the lack of the vertical gradient looks like it's going to keep rapid intensification off the table, at least today. Still it could see slow strengthening today unless the dry air takes its toll.
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