Quote: I'm focusing on the ball of convection on the NW side. If this is indeed the center, it will be inland by midnite. He must be focusing on a broader center further east. Anyone care to correct the aging eyeballs??
I'm not sure if I'm correct, but I don't believe the convection you were talking about is the center. The last couple frames show the clouds dying off. It looks like, to me, that it was convection trying to wrap around the center, but is having problems with dry air. Just my opinion, anyone elses?
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