Rich....I am having trouble determining if there is a rotation by looking at the visibles because there are only so many frames...but is that area that you are talking about just to the west of Jamaica? Where all the t-storms are located? I thought I detected a hint of a rotation to the west of those. It looks like the t-storms are being blown off the main area of low pressure, but it's hard to tell without a few more loops to look at, of course.
I wonder if we'll have another year of classification, declassification and reclassification.
Maybe I'll do a poll.
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