I dunno.. I saw and found no updates either. They still need to track 93L.. There are 2 possible scenarios with 93L. The low north-east of it is looking better, what I like to call the old 93L. Looks like that peice may develope and move towards the Carolinas in time. The one that were watching.. the real 93L looks like that will develop and move northwest into say Palm Coast or Saint Augustine, Florida. The low near Florida has a better chance but the low northeast looks better this morning.
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