The ULL N of PR is starting to catch up w/ Chris. However, the ULL west of Chris, continues to pull off to the west, and appears to be taking it's SW shear with it. Judging from the visible and IR sats, the LLC of Chris is still discernable. It may be covered by a "band" from the ULL to the west, but it is there. My question for the Mets around this board is this - could the ULL "absorb" Chris' LLC and strengthen the storm? Just curious?
Also, it appears that Chris is trying to fire thunderstorms on the SE side of the storm, but as soon as the cloud tops reach the upper levels of the atmosphere, they are blown off. I would think that the ULL would need to pull away from Chris (as opposed to my question above), to allow Chris to strengthen again. I wonder that if the ULL to the east of Chris follows the same path as the ULL to the west (heading sort of NW over FL now), and the LLC of Chris stays intact, would that give him a shot a regeneration in the gulf?
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