Interesting model runs this morning. The 00Z GFS and NOGAPS take the current wave/trough near the Bahamas and move it west either over S FL or thru the straits into the GOM. Both models then eventually develop weak lows either in the north-central or western GOM in 5-6 days. Both these models, along with the UKMET and CMC, have another T-wave develop east of the Bahamas (may be the current wave near the Lesser Antilles) in 5-6 days. The CMC of course goes gonzo and develops it into a tropical cyclone. The other models maintain it as an open wave. Looks like it could start to become more active the next week in the SW Atlantic and GOM.
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