93L -- whether it's an ULL, MLL, or a hybrid, looks much healthier right now. I believe the reason for that is that the dry air to it's west is receding, the dry air to its north and west *almost* appear to be flattening out well above 93L, allowing more moisture into the system and as a result, it looks as though its trying to get its act together. My only question is this -- and I can't find a picture of this anywhere -- is will that dry air continue to flatten out moving 93L more W/NW or will that also recede allowing a more NW path.
Anyway, that's what I see this morning.
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