This is one of the stranger set ups of the year if you ask me.
Looks more like orange halloween blobs tap dancing their way north east to follow the orange brick road up the Eastern Seaboard with a stop in Miami or Orlando depending on which models you want to buy into.
After days of convection lingering around the yucatan it oozes over and explodes in the Bay of Campeche... spits out another blob like some sort of morfing cloned blob and convection "appears" in the mid Gulf as well "north of the yucatan" on the last frame as of 7:27 am another blob "appears" in a straight line closer to SE Florida. If I was living in Naples I'd take the day off...go out onto the roof and use binoculars looking for aliens..
This system looks like the Hurricane that was beamed up by Scotty if it hits Florida and not sure that even Lyons could make sense of this pattern. I'm sure Bastardi will try. I'm sure Cantore is staring at his color water vapor going WOWOW oh WOW MAN or whatever he does while drooling in ectasy over something so meteorologically messy.
All I know is at this point you have to take the end result and work on where its going maybe and not how its getting there.
There may be twisting in the Bay of Campeche but at the moment Naples looks like its under attack from some old Gallactica Battleship Game on the old Color Computer..a few hits away from being blown off the map.
Should be flooding rains over Florida today.
Yes I know whats in my backyard, might go out and dance in the rain if I get the chance. Wave back Of course for dancing in the rain I prefer the front yard.
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