Clark is 100% correct folks...the dry air and wind shear has taken its toll on Alberto...but the dry is is begining to be left behind..especially if he starts his N and NE track tonight. Already you can see on WV that moisture is begining to overide Alberto..just to its south over the Yucitan and Southern gulf....but its pretty much still very dry to his west.....overall...I expect things to moisten up more overnight and more T-storms to try to start to fire closer to the center and east of there...Track...guidance is again splitting up...a more stronger system will move NE towards the Big bend a weaker system will move W or NW towads nothingness cause of the very dry air expected to remain west of 90dg..... basically tonight is the key.....will that moisture just coming into Alberto in couple hours and overnight help produce a presure drop of a few mbs or will he meander tonight wnw closer to 90dg and missout on the midlevel moisture ready to come in and then also miss the trough coming down. Next 6-12 hours will probably tell the tail of where it goes and how strong or nothing he will be.
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