First time posting on this site. I have been fascinated by the wealth of knowledge I have gained reading your comments.
Anyways, back to the Caribbean. Throughout the day, I have noticed some increased convention developing to the north of what appears to be some type of circulation. Living in South Florida, this is great news to see this moisture and convection likely being drawn up north. Lake Okeechobee will reportedly hit an all-time low today or tomorrow. Some amazing stuff.
Just hoping this models are right and we do have a developing system taking aim on drought and fire ravaged Florida.
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