Wed Jun 20 2007 09:27 PM
Florida Low

A weak low associated with non-tropical origins is currently moving offshore of roughly Jacksonville, Florida.

Some models have been on the cool side of lukewarm in trying to make something of this, having anticipated something of a surface feature of one kind or another in this general location for a few days in advance now.

Something to watch, but probably nothing that gets going within its current environment.

(Weather Master)
Wed Jun 20 2007 09:54 PM
Re: Florida Low

Wind shear is not a problem wit this, 15-20 knots and lowering a bit more later on.. though it is a frontal low, remember that Beryl last year formed off the Carolinas coast. Maybe it could be tagged, but it needs convection and a tug off that front
I'll be monitering it for a while.. though i'm shocked at the NAM today, Hurricane crossing from the Pacific to the carribean then hitting Nicaragua? Well maybe a strong TS at that but isn't a pressure like 996 mlb close to a cat. 1 hurricane?
Here's the link to the 12z NAM in 30 hours.

(Weather Master)
Thu Jun 21 2007 01:49 PM
Re: Florida Low

The Carribean storm looks to be a candidate for an invest later today.. convection is blooming and there is a spin on the bottom of it.. though lets wait and see what happens later.. Our other candidate is off my coastline, They say the low is inland in Jacksonville, but it looks like another low with actual convection increasing around it could be candidate number 2 for an invest. We'll see if the convection can bloom more and maybe circulate around the possible new center of this swirl.

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