96L is the wave east of the Caribbean currently, and this is the lounge for discussion of it, and whatever it becomes.
The 18Z GFS run for 96L is quite well defined, taking it to the central Caribbean, and possibly over hait, then over or just south of Cuba into the Gulf, and eventually making landfall near the TX/LA border (similar to Rita).
That being an early run means it will likely change beyond that, but it is an indication of something to watch throughout the Caribbean and Gulf/SE while it lasts. Until it actually develops, it's still very much speculation, though.
The 12Z Euro, for example, keeps it a broad low and continues it moving westward, never really developing.
NavGem, Florida hit.
This system is worth watching the models closely over, as it will impact land in some form either as a low or tropical system.
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