Yeah, I think the models were run before the new burst of convection and what appears to be her center.. recon will or won't confirm that this morning. The discussion this morning was also written before the first great visibles.
Something is going on with Emily and if this trend continues she may make the trek after all.
Question is which way is she moving. Hard to tell movement when a storm is relocating or still in infancy stage.
The green on funk top last night was followed by a great presentation on both visible and water vapor imagery.
I think we have a keeper... will see. Can't wait to see the discussion at 11 and what recon finds with the data when it's all been gone over.
For now.. .she is the healthiest I have seen her since the split personality phase... can she stay together?
The dust is there, so is shear but that's par for the course with tropical storms in early August.
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