FYI>>>>Go back and look at the loop from the last post again and click on the Fronts button. NWS has placed a 1012 MB Low over the t-storms in the Florida Straits between Andros and Central Cuba now. They also just identified the surface trough I referenced in my last post...Should be a good explainer. Otherwise, no 10:30 Outlook yet...A little late...not saying Chris is back, but they may be in a discussion about it first before publishing that outlook package. EDIT 10:30 out...no TD, but redevolment potential has been stated...Expected motion for now...westerly...got toquestion that...If you get a shot to look at that trough in the loop, it looks tome as if the vortex is trying to move up it to some extent.
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