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Re: May Gulf
      Sun May 13 2018 09:00 PM

Thanks for the link to Tropical Tidbits. This was indeed a great resource last year for model runs.

Not sure we will see development of the type being predicted but at the very least Florida is going to get a lot of rain over the next couple of weeks.

The COC looks to be getting better defined. Will be interesting to see if this does become a depression soon.

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