|(Tropical Storm Rina)|
If Rina doesn't try to do battle with that trough and moves south or stalls, she may be able to stay alive for several days. Maybe even make a second landfall on the Yucatan. A move to the northeast is unlikely now, and would spell disaster for Rina. It's hard to tell if her latest burst of convection is because she's getting a charge of moisture from the southeast, or if she's just taking advantage of the Diurnal Maximum. If it's the latter, than she may go into dissipation mode tomorrow morning. Most likely though, the NHC forecast is correct. The center of circulation appears to be catching back up with the convection and will be able to survive another day as a tropical storm just off the coast of Cancun.