If I look at close up of a vis you can still to me anyway see a rotation under the overcast.The system might just not be stacked as good as I thought earlier.I do see what appears to be a ULL to NW.This seems to be possibly pulling in some moisture into yhe path of the system.This might be the moisture it needs but also a double edge sword with shear element induced from the S.The best enviroment appears right now 48hrs out S of Cuba.That ull is going to be a factor later .I just don't how right now.Kevin
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