My take on what’s happening off Florida… I think the core of the low level convection associated with this wave is drifting off to the NW or WNW, and the mid level is wanting to go more N, at least that is what is hinted off the radar loop out of the Keys along with the GOES vis loop. Not sure which part is going to win out. Upper section is getting some shear which gives it the impression of moving N, also looks like some decent outflow on the east and southeast quadrant of the wave… very interesting right now…
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