Just had a look at the the gfs model on bsch. Going way out to the end of the 7 days (after seeming to go eddy crazy) it developes 2 systems.
Both are rather tight and small too. The set up is rather interesting. The picture I would like to see is the sst map for post Dylan coral sea.
Overall I know you can count these runs to be completely different tomorrow but it still paints a picture of some exciting weather.
There's actually a huge range of websites these days where you can view high resolution daily SST's, much of them derived from satellite data. Here's a few of them:http://images.remss.com/hurricane/active_storms_sst.swp.html
(you can clearly see the cooled waters in the Coral Sea)http://www.bom.gov.au/products/IDY00002.shtmlhttp://www.bom.gov.au/oceanography/forecasts/idyoc13.shtml?region=13&forecast=1
(7 day forecast SST's for the next 7 days)
http://www.marine.csiro.au/~lband/web_point/ (interactive point and click map to obtain SST's for every gridpoint)
I've included an example from the CSIRO below (off the north tropical coast for yesterday). The SST's are colour-shaded (the white contours represent sea level & the black arrows represent direction/speed of surface currents).
Below that image is the experimental TC formation probability map for the next 48hrs (til 10pm Sun) from RAMMB/NOAA/CIRA based on latest satellite sounding data of TC ingredients such as SST's, shear, vorticity, etc and past TC's:http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2827/12241385255_183728bfab_b.jpghttp://farm3.staticflickr.com/2860/12243022164_f17834c1ec_z.jpg