Last few loops of the IR show some significant convection developing near and around the center... so it looks like some strengthening should occur overnight, provided it doesn't out run its convection... expected to hit lower texas or northern MX late friday or early saturday... so they don't expect it to slow down much.... pressure still relatively high... but at least they named the darn thing... it was perhaps one of the best developed no named system in recent years...
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