What does the shear look like it's going to do? Will it hold up long enough to keep the tops off of these systems?
I would LOVE another rainmaker here in SWFL! We got 2.5 inches of rain on Saturday from a regular t-storm, and .75 on Sunday. Nothing yesterday or yet today. Not looking too favorable today, unless a late afternoon/early evening storm blooms along the *brain fart* frontal line? (Is that what it's called?)
-------------------- Lesli in SWFL.
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