Just got home and I can finally sit down and post. I have been watching the wave as often as I could today. This AM it looked pretty bad, had lost most of it's convection,but as the day progressed it started to look better with convection building and the over all appearance looked a little tighter with some convective banding trying to wrap. Now,the convection is starting to decrease once again. Looks like the northern part of the wave is being sheered and the front or most western part of the band also has a sheered apperance.
I believe it has tried to make a come beck today but the environment is over powering right now. If the conditions improve then I think that we will have a system that will deepen quickly.
Love your picture Kevin, GO #1TAMPA BAY BUCS!!
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