I think everything you're seeing is either related to Rita or Philippe. There are a few ordinary t-storms also, but all rotation is in relation to our two systems.
There was a convection zone somewhere off FL that was discussed for possible development earlier today, but NHC dropped it when the convection died down. I never paid much attention to it becuase of Rita. Almost everything in that region is being ripped into Rita's feeder bands, so nothing has a chance to survive if it starts to get going. The next concern points are still well out in the Atlantic, and, until Rita and Philippe clear, will probably not be able to develop (except possibly the new wave off Africa).
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