It apperas that x-Chris finally found the COL region (Moreso a very narrow ridge)...which is only about 100 or so miles wide. Notice the clouds are ripping from NW to SE of the NE side and from SE to NW on the SW side...With that said, radar seems to continue to indicate decreasing showers and warming cloudtops...While that diurnal period is still forth coming...the history of these thunderstorms is through afternoon t-storm activity over Cuba...it can't be ruled out that the new surface low in the FL Straits won't meet it's own fate by morning of t-storms fail to refire during this period.
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