I also noticed that, HF. You can see where the dry air is and trough that is coming down should have split it apart, but then there's that blow-up of convection. Looking at the satellite images, It almost appears as if it's trying to move further south in the South GA / N. FL region. Will this be the season known as whatever you expect something to do, the exact opposite happens?
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