Cloud tops look as if they are getting much more symmetrical, and they are wrapping nicely around the center. That loop current is doing a nice job at helping it to reintensify with the weak vertical shear aloft for the first 12-18 hours.
Here are a few numbers people on this board may want to utilize to ask about the storm, evacuations, school closings, etc:
Broward County - 954-831-4000 Miami-Dade County - Residents: 311 or Outside: 305-468-5900 Monroe - 800-955-5504 Collier - 239-774-8000 Lee - Residents: 211 or Outside: 239-433-3900
Please utilize these numbers if you have ANY questions that you are unsure about. Tax payers (e.g. you) pay a lot for these lines to be up and running, so take advantage!
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