I think the point to be made this morning is that we're starting to see a little more popcorn type convection near the wave axis as opposed to east of it, a sign of increasing low level convergence, and a slightly more favorable environment (w/r/t both shear and thermodynamics)
I suspect my first shift back on Sunday morning (11P-7A) will be a little busier than this past week.
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