Disturbance update....... There is still no LLC in this wave trough, steve got it right about the old MLC that people are seeing W of Sarasota. That is not at the surface. Only reason the system hasnt developed has been its forward speed. The pressures remained fairly high also with the wave. For Florida the remainder of the day expect breezy conditions and moderate showers and isolated T-storms. Remember in warm core systems,,they generally dont have T-storms with them,, they need cold air aloft. Whole question on the wave has been will it complete a circulation, models have been right on with this and so far most of the season. With that being said we have as of this weekend opened the door the the Cape Verde Season. The first of the 4-5 systems is about to emerge off africa in the next day or so. This system will have the potential to become a Tropical storm down the road. After that the enviroment in the eastern atlantic should have moistend up for the 2nd wave to emerge off africa by Monday and become quickly during the week the next Hurricane and possibly a strong 1 as it heads towards the N Lessar Antillies the following weekend. As this happens the Low affects will continue as 3# and 4# will follow. In the meantime the current wave is still the 1 to watch for S texas as it will slow some so it had the chance to become a tropical storm. scottsvb 8 correct forcasts 1 wrong , LOL my forcasts are like football records for me,.
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