The shortwave IF you can see the rotation the best it seems in the BOC holding it's own and stationary.This looks like the only place development could occur.Anything above the 25N line is in for some shear.If the thunderstorms to the NE could make their way to the bay might be enough energy to get this thing rolling.It's a wait and see now as they all are really.Timing is important on htis thing fi=or movement.Temps rise here in a couple of days(alittle).How far does the high regress and how long before the next dip.What I have seen on the local maybe a 48-72 hr window over the WE.
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