That complex is very intense, looks like some shear is on it but if that trof axis sufficently cross's land, then we may be in for a rude awakening. Not much steering currents around in the Carribbean now, but maybe we'll get some type of trof digging down and pull it up, the area is known for things like that. Or maybe it will become some sort of hybrid, it was dumping 4 inches of rain ride off of Florida's coast. I also noticed that the month of Novemember for Florida was suppose to be under the assumption that above average percipatation would be taking place. Does the model run on this bias or guidance?
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