Thu Oct 07 2004 05:19 AM
SW Gulf Of Mexico

Satellite imagery from 0545Z to 0815Z indicates the convection in the SW GOM has increased in size and intensity. 0815Z IR imagery also indicates a marked increase in the lightning in the two convective areas.
Earlier mid-level circulation observed near 23.0N and 95.0W.
Latest imagery showing a circulation more to the SW of the 23.0/ 95.0 location.
Long awaited upper trough is moving into W Texas at this time,4AM CDT, and is forecast to continue moving slowly eastward.
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