If you view the vis sat loop this morning of the Caribbean long enough several things become quite obvious....
1. Hard to find any LLC, although a broad sfc low may be trying to form.
2. Surface clouds in northern Caribbean suggest hint of counter clockwise rotation, however not detectable in southern half
3. Area off the coast of Honduras that Rich has been monitoring suggests hint of possible mid level rotation, but no sfc low features, not yet IMO...
4. Shear not quite as bad as it has been for the past several days
5. You begin to hallucinate and clouds start to make images of old rock stars.
6. You then start suffering from early stages of post stress satellite loop delinerousness....
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