Morning discussion is rather gloomy. Models have split. Mexico or La/Tx border. Eastern most model is over the Mississippi River just west of Baton Rouge,LA.
Quite a swing from yesterday and NHC is seeing an increase in convective bands with an eye like feature noted in the 4 AM discussion.
Have to check on RECON as Alex is over land and that normally prevents dropping dropsondes but they may be able to fly the storm anyway. EDIT- RECON is not scheduled to depart until 5PM EDT this afternoon. New TCPOD should be out around 9 AM.
Belize and Mexican radar are being used by NHC to track Alex in the meanwhile.
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