Is it possible that the low pressure to her west and west north west combined with lower level steering currents are exhibiting more of an effect on her than the diving trough to her nw? I was watching the WV loop for a while, wide range... just wondering what anyone here thinks.
She's maintained a solid ball of convection that waxes and wanes up and down but stays the same all day.
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