What is that area of convection that seems to just "blossom" to the SW of all the other convection? Anyone have any ideas? Or is it just a burst of convection and nothing more? I can definitely see the NE movement now; but it also appears as if the LLC of Hellberto is being sucked into that large mass of convection near the Yucatan. Is it possible that this new area of convection will be the "new" area of the LLC?
Sorry about that link, I don't know what happened...but since I originally posted it, the area of convection I was talking about just got larger.
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