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Data from recon aircraft indicates that associated thunderstorm activity is just below the organizational threshold required to initiate tropical cyclone advisories but only a slight increase in organization and persistence of thunderstorm activity would initiate advisories. If advisories are initiated, a tropical storm watch could be issued for portions of the central and northern Atlantic coast of Florida. The Special Tropical Weather Outlook in its entirety is listed below:
ABNT20 KNHC 302028
SPECIAL TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
430 PM EDT MON JUN 30 2014
For the North Atlantic…Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico:
Special outlook issued to update discussion of the area of low
pressure east of Florida.
Updated: An Air Force Reserve unit reconnaissance aircraft is
investigating the area of low pressure centered about 110 miles east
of Melbourne, Florida. While the low is well defined, the
associated thunderstorm activity is just below the organizational
threshold required to initiate tropical cyclone advisories.
Environmental conditions continue to be favorable for development,
and only a slight increase in the organization and persistence of
the thunderstorm activity would result in the formation of a
Data from the reconnaissance aircraft indicate that peak sustained
winds with the low are about 30-35 mph. The low is moving
southwestward at around 5 mph, but is expected to turn westward
tonight and northward by Wednesday when it will be near the east
coast of Florida. If this system becomes a tropical cyclone, a
tropical storm watch could be required for portions of the central
or northern Atlantic coast of Florida. A turn toward the northeast