DISCUSSION: As is often the case across the Caribbean, today is just another classic example of pop-up (i.e., popcorn) convection across parts of Central and Western Puerto Rico. As impressive as these storms were, they were moving very quickly off to the northwest and over the Atlantic Ocean. Nonetheless, a great example of Caribbean-style thunderstorms at their best (i.e., a classic example of pulse-convection over Central/Western Puerto Rico.
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