Looks like that low that is on the northeast side and associated with 93L has much less dry air to fight with and through. A ULL shearing the low North of the Bahamas has incidently spreaded moisture around to the low on the northeast.Dry air might not be whats the downfall of 93L now. Even with all that said for it to become the Debby it wants to be that ULL over Fl will have to move out of the way for any developement to occur.
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