I have noticed some recent convection bursts on the shortwave at 1815Z and also CONUS and NOGAPS seem to be justifying more towards GFDL. Will NHC abandon the A98E product, soon, in favor of the longer range models or will the lesser products also justify to GFDL? (Probably) It sure looked like for a while it was getting sheared pretty good. Also noticed some serious tearing of the cloudtops in the NE quad earlier (probably UL westerlies), but that seems to have subsided. This is certainly a curious system. It may be it is overcoming some of the earlier problems. Certainly seems to be getting it's act together again pretty quick after a deep wounding.
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