There is a attached low from a old frontal boundry there. Its not completly warm core but I expect that to change pretty soon. Alot of dry air came in off the mainland...but once the trough comes by to its N tomorrow.I would expect the system to develop as a ridge slides by to its N during mid-late week.
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