finally something interesting... have to see how the nhc chooses to deal with this system. it is fairly shallow, with removed convection and all, but looks pretty well defined and would probably be tagged a depression if there was a burst of convection on it. drifting in the general direction of northeast florida, probably a contender in the weather in this part of the country. further down the line, southeast of 91L there is a large convective mass that has my eye.. if this thing were showing much spin then it would be the center of attention. i'm not sure what to make of it just yet.
and of course between jamaica and honduras our broad surface low twists ever on.. there is more convection to its south this morning, but otherwise 90L remains unchanged.
might have a classified system before the day is out.. not a huge chance, but a chance.
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