The Carribean disturbance looks better this afternoon. A flare up is now in process over the "new" center which looks to be well east and a bit north of the old one. Since it's seperated from the upper level low now, I think we need to really keep an eye out for Barry sometime in a couple of days as it continues to brew out in over 80 degree temps and very low shear. The 12z CMC predicts it to develop in the GOM and head to the panhandal of Florida. haven't seen the 12z UKMET. Whats also interetsing is now the CMC develops another cyclone "Chantal" in the awake of "Barry" if you go by the run. So lets wait and see what happens, if a blow up occurs, it would be in the right part of the new center where storms are currently flaring.
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