Absolutely amazing early morning visible pix as the convection just got blown completely of the circulation to the southeast, leaving a well-defined circulation at the surface, like someone blowing out a candle. But the circulation is still there and as quickly as the T'storms went away, they could return today. Nothing much else to talk about except the wave in the eastern Atlantic which may takes its time getting organized. Dr. Gray has lowered his numbers, but still expects an above-average number of storms. It only takes one to cause trouble. But things are looking up this morning. Cheers!
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