I haven't looked at the model runs on 91L yet, since they are little better than conjecture until several runs of solid data are acquired. The shear in the Caribbean may relax as Shary moves away anyway. 90L looks like it will be history, since convection has diminished and the LLC has really broadened from what it was yesterday. Waiting to see if NHC pulls the trigger on 91L later today, since it looks fairly impressive in the latest vis pics this morning. I can't see if there is a closed LLC there yet.
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