Latest Hovmoller diagrams, through 2330Z, show that Emily had a more intense look 24 hours ago. Wave behind Emily, has a central convective complex and good banding in the SE Quadrant.
The most interesting of the three, is the wave leaving the Coast of Senegal. It looks like Emily did at her peak yesterday. And it's still over land. Banding/ outflow patterns from NE through SW. Here's a link. Most current frame is at the bottom.
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