Quote: It is too soon to say what 93L will or will not do.
Well, I'd say it's soon enough to say 93L is at minimum a tropical depression. Perhaps NOT YET officially, recon just reported a west wind at some point N. of 25N & 90W. Actually vis. satellite depicts quite well, how much organization seems to going on, in just a few short hours. Winds are already there ( though largly in part due to gradient ), proximity to land, and add a touch of Holiday Weekend, and will assume a special TWO that "a depression appears to be forming" to come out at any time. Organization might be limit to why 93L might not be upgraded straight to "storm", but assume could even occur tonight.
Glad we've got the "planes" to go in and verify what appears to be happening with our eyes.
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