the jury is still out on six. it hasn't gone quietly, so to speak, as it is still showing signs of organization (though they are promptly sheared out of existence. as long as it remains a disturbance and keeps generating convection (right now upper diffluence from a split in the sw-erly flow is firing it off albeit unsteadily).. the possibility of it reforming exists. if it can stay in its current state of semi-organization it can make another run at development once it reaches a better environment.. possibly past 24hrs.
i'd give danny very good odds of redeveloping at this point. it has reached support ssts and is in a light shear environment.. and has a very well defined low level structure. really its just a question of when the convection starts re-firing.
random possibility: watch near 10/40 tomorrow.
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