At least for tonight, we have a continued figther here. 93L is like Rocky round 10 or something. I jokingly say that cause we have not seen something fight quite as hard as this through the season. On radar...it probably looks as good as it ever has. Thunderstorms are marching back again, yet the tops are being ripped off again too. With that said, it's fighting and that's enough to keep it status quo for now. Looking out 48-72 hours (850-200Mb Shear)....these models add to the mix. Under the 12Z Nogaps, the shear will also let up (This model sees a more zonal flow). The 18Z GFS offers a very small opportunity of low shear and the pattern is much more amplified in this run. Once again, it'simportant not tomonger or hype something like this...2-3 days is a long time for something to keep fighting and the likelihood is that it will not make it. However, if it does...We may see Rocky in the 13th round...93L is fighting for now.
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