Low-level cumulus streets are curving inward in cyclonic fashion over the eastern Penn of Florida.
U/A wind overlays show a bit of shear in the area, but with heights generally forecast to rise synoptically N of the region therein is a natural tendency for reducing shear in time, particularly if the system moves SW with the environmental flow.
Looks like a nice frontalysis "bookend" wave scenario on satellite.
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