My question, could the low that came in off the Pacific and over Mexico and TX tend to dampen how far the major low from Canada gets south as they meet up? That low from Canada is moving fairly rapidly east (as well as south).
Looking at that loop, the last few frames it stops going south. Now, there is a trailing section that is lower down, but not very much. Interesting, but I'm no MET.
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