Ok, first light visible imagery is out, and it shows we still have a very disorganised system with multiple low level swirls. One is located just east of Great Abaco, and another is located due north of Great Abaco. Neither of these has any significant convection associated with it. Rather, the deep convection remains well to the east of borth low-level swirls. Not convinced anything will happen today at least, not unless we see some serious organisation.
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