92L got the nix a little early.. it should continue to flare is at turns NE ahead of the trough digging in over the east. it may develop another low northeast of the bahamas in lieu of the weak one it spit out over the western caribbean yesterday. it looked somewhat promising over the weekend, but the only potential it has left is a quick-and-out eleventh hour system, and little chance of that even. 93L is ashore. it had a nice signature, but no good over land. a moisture surge should over the southeast as a trough sets up in the eastern u.s. over the weekend. the central u.s. ridge should build northeast over the top of it, and cause some of the energy to peel back sw.. should force ridging near the caribbean next week. we'll have to watch that another system doesn't get caught in the moisture surge heading for florida in a few days. HF 0031z16june
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