The low on the east coast is the dominant low. The vorticity for that low is actually quite strong. It is bringing tropical storm conditions to the east coast of Florida. Sustained winds in Brevard and Volusia county have been in the mid 40's with gusts higher than 50 mph. If this Invest could close off a surface circulation, it would be upgraded to a tropical depression. But it is about move over the landmass near northern Brevard County, so it is unlikely to develop further. The NHC is only giving Invest 93L a 30% chance of developing into a tropical or sub-tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours.
Invest 93L has been a heavy rainmaker as well. Especially in Central Florida. The image below is storm total rainfall estimated by Doppler radar. There are a few spots along the Osceola/Brevard county line that have received 10 plus inches thus far. 6 plus inches is prevalent across the board.