This has nothing to do with the idea of any TC development, but I noticed last night before I went to bed that the tropical wave that was behind 93L seemed to be gaining a little more latitude than anticipated, and it seems like that trend continued overnight. At any rate it seems the high level flow has pulled some of the convective energy past 20N. I looked at the TAFB surface forecasts, and I wasn't sure if I'd remembered the previous set of images correctly, but it seemed like they nudged things a little bit north (also Stew's early morning TWO mentioned the Dominican Republic). I think that some of the energy may possibly be as far north as Miami in a couple days.
Is that lightning that you can see on the RGB nighttime images -- the clusters of tiny bright spots?
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