td 6 convection looked solid and fanned earlier.... then that one good burst broke down and it looks spotty again. think this is probably a t.s. due to the compact size, but have a feeling nhc isnt going to make a call until recon arrives tomorrow. fast motion will probably have the storm playing chicken with the upper southwesterly shear across the caribbean before too much longer as well.
danny now a low cloud swirl. will have to come all the way back, think chances are less than even now.
blow up at 30/70... interesting, but needs to persist. there isn't any kind of a pre-existing rotation there, just convergence and upper diffluence. probably just a transient feature.
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