Is that the shear doesn't appear to be relaxing all that much in the next 48 hours. But this is a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday (if ever) event for South Florida anyway. If the surface low continues to drift in what appears to be a westerly direction, then the chances get better over time that when it does head out NNE or NE, it'll cross FL. There is an upper impulse moving toward my area today. If this doesn't pull north soon, it's going to mandate that whatever type of disturbed weather we have will have to move on out. Just the same, a response to the tailing trof might be some of the ammo needed to get this low cranking.
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