I am with Dave on this one. Its still getting sheared...its in an environment where its likely going to move quickly sometime soon...Number 1, its not going to get above TS status, if that, and Number 2, its going to miss So. Fla by a longshot to the east. In fact, on the last few loops I see all the convection going east already, even if the center is exposed and stationary. I don't know, but my guess is a center reform to further east, a pickup in forward speed, and crossing eastern cuba out into the bahamas as a minial TS. So. Fla. shield still intact.
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