AN AIR FORCE RESERVE UNIT RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT INVESTIGATING THE
AREA OF LOW PRESSURE IN THE SOUTHWESTERN GULF OF MEXICO HAS
REPORTED A POORLY-DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AT OR NEAR THE TAIL
END OF A FRONTAL ZONE. THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY WITH THIS SYSTEM
REMAINS DISORGANIZED AT THIS TIME...AND THE AIRCRAFT HAS NOT FOUND
ANY STRONG WINDS NEAR THE CENTER OF THE LOW. STRONG WINDS...UP TO
25-30 MPH...ARE OCCURRING NORTH OF THE FRONTAL ZONE AS A RESULT OF
HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE GULF STATES. THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY EXTENDS
ALONG THE FRONTAL ZONE FROM THE LOW CENTER ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND
EASTERN GULF OF MEXICO AND ACROSS THE FLORIDA PENINSULA...AND HEAVY
RAINS OVER FLORIDA ARE PRIMARILY ASSOCIATED WITH THE FRONTAL ZONE.
WHILE UPPER-LEVEL WINDS APPEAR FAVORABLE FOR DEVELOPMENT...THE
PROXIMITY OF THE FRONTAL ZONE IS LIKELY TO SLOW THE DEVELOPMENT OF
A TROPICAL CYCLONE. ANOTHER RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT IS SCHEDULED
TO INVESTIGATE THE AREA TOMORROW...IF NECESSARY.
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