Well it actually looks like the disorganised centre might be making it a little closer to the main area of convection. However, the definite low-level swirls visible just a couple of hours ago have disappeared. Interesting that several models are now not taking Alberto across the Florida peninsula, but more northerly towards the area between the panhandle and Grand Isle, LA. Given the recent northward motion, then this is certainly possible. alberto really is a very difficult storm to predict... hes so disorganised yet is a 45 mph storm, he is so sheared yet the LLCC is going pretty much where it wants and in its own time... and the models are now diverging in their forecasts too...
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