I took a look at the 200mb and 300 mb Upper Analysis, not CIMSS and there is enough shear there to warrant the center being displaced. I can't rule out the presence of the upper low skewing the wind shear data either near the LLC. Difleunce over FL is pretty good at the moment as is the PVA over the area up to the short ridge axis. There to is the evolution of the EC longwave trough which I still believe will result in a separate dynamic low and frontogenesis. I see no scenario where the LLC can survive long term in the environment it will be in beyond 72 hours as upper winds aloft increase as trough deepens along the EC in response to retrograding ridge. It will be hot, hot, hot in W. TX and NM and the Rocky Mountain front range.
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