What a difference 24 hours can make in the tropics. And what a difference a little ol' shear and dry air can make, as well. By all appearances, the switch in the Atlantic just got shut off, or generously stated, the dimmer knob got adjusted way, way down. Divert all power West Pac, Mr. Scott! Warp speed Cat 5! And don't give me any mouth about those dilithium crystals! Getting past the boldly going where no bad puns have gone before, it seems increasingly likely, now, that 90L is battling far too much dry air to overcome the moderate shear and non-tropical baggage that has plagued it all along, 92L has just found out the dirty truth behind running into the dirty side of a strong upper level high, 91L hit a wall of hurt even before it could dig its way into the grave..yard, and Melissa.. Melissa.. talk about phantom ghosts!
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