I assume people have seen this, but interesting 205 discussion about the MLC off the west coast, and the possibility of a new (3rd?) LLC forming there:
AT 1200 UTC A TROUGH IS ALONG THE FLORIDA COAST MOVING W 15-20
KT FROM 23N81W TO 30N80W WITH A PAIR OF WEAK LOWS ALONG THE
TROUGH JUST NW OF MIAMI AND ANOTHER IN THE FLORIDA STRAITS. AT
1700 UTC A MID-LEVEL CIRCULATION W OF SARASOTA IS NEAR
26N83W...CLEARLY SHOWN BY SATELLITE AND RADAR. THIS AREA IS THE
FOCUS OF NEW CONVECTION AND THERE ARE SIGNS THAT A LOW-LEVEL
CIRCULATION MAY BE FORMING IN THAT AREA. FOR THE MOMENT THE
SYSTEM IS JUST A TROUGH WITH WEAK LOWS ALONG THE AXIS BUT THERE
ARE HINTS THAT A MORE WELL-DEFINED CENTER COULD BE FORMING TO
THE N. UPPER WINDS ARE GENERALLY FAVORABLE FOR DEVELOPMENT...
ESPECIALLY FARTHER TO THE N AWAY FROM THE UPPER LOW IN THE NW
CARIBBEAN SEA. SEE MIATWOAT FOR MORE DETAILS. SCATTERED
MODERATE FROM 24N-28N BETWEEN 81W-84W.
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