It's impressive enough to stay as an invest. Something very odd just happened. I was watching the AVN loop on 93L and the convection "jumped" for a lack of a better term from 51 W to 57W all in about an hour. It hopped off the wave train and into it's own vehicle. This is one very persistant wave. Earlier it was in such a hurry it was shearing its self. Any explanations? Was this the surface low ? Spanks :?: :?: :?:
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