That's all I can say on it now. If you zoom in on the visibles, every cloud looks hooked due to the resistance to the apparent shear out front of the trof. The trof must have reached its apex as the front is already washing out, and storms have begun moving back northward again through South LA.
Still no call on how strong or where ultimate landfall is going to be. Part of the wave shot up north in that insane upper jet along the east coast. Part of the wave is down near Central America. The remainder marches on west or wnw. Chances of re-development? I'd go with about 25% depending on whether or not the action fires up again late tonight. If it does, I'd up it to 60%. If not, well, it's still a cool tropical wave.
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