Tomorrow should be the start of a clearer picture, at least I hope so, since time will run out if it stays disorganized tomorrow. Things I'm looking for overnight is how much latitude it gains (or doesn't) and if the recon finds a decent center or not.
Models have shifted west during the day, from a concentration along the west coast of Florida (except Euro) to more west of Floirda toward the western Panhandle. Euro moved more west back toward Louisiana, but the lack of a definite center really keeps me from trusting any of these. (Either west or east, which is still a possibility) The recon fix around 15.5N 67.5W is what's (Barely) dominating now it seems. Another split system tearing itself apart.
Tomorrow night it may be close enough to force watches up along the keys.
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