sucker still doesn't look any better today. most of the focus has shifted south to near the coasts of honduras and nicaragua now, though convection is still east of jamaica and now in the florida straits. lots of shear, no well defined surface low. models are finally getting less agressive, though. perhaps 90L has been pulling our figurative leg.
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