There is an interesting area of low pressure near the Bahamas East and South of Florida that may bring us some more rain here in Florida, but it isn't likely to develop, at least in the short term
Some of the forecasting models do some interesting things with it, the GFS model just moves it across Florida bringing some rain, but not developing. This would be ideal, but leaves some weather off the southeastern US coastline. Others move it around some, but still nothing is suggesting imminent development. It's an area to watch, however.
Conditions are against it forming into anything tropical right now, if you take a look at the satellite image and see the streaks of clouds to the northeast, you can see a bit of shear moving overtop it, which will keep development unlikely.
Toward the weekend things may pick up a bit as far as items to watch in the tropics, so keep watch as always.
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