The water vapor loop really shows what's going on with Chris. THe ULL NNE of PR is causing a tremendous amount of shear. You can also see that the majority of the western side of Chris is in extremely dry air, preventing thunderstorms from firing. On the last frame of the WV loop, you can see a little area of moist air, making its way around the center of the storm. As of 5 AM, Chris is still a TS, and seems to be hanging on. Who knows, maybe the SW shear over Cuba will simply blow the convection back over and around Chris.
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