Wed Sep 05 2007 02:52 PM
Re: 99L

For what it's worth, T numbers are now 2.0/2.0, I'd certainly consider it a sheared depression. But as typically the case, NHC waits to call a system a system during the year (more likely to upgrade during post season analysis). So they may wait for convection to get closer to the center before calling it (which means it may skip ever being an official 'depression').

Of course the naval site has a TCFA up for 99L but that's still a coin flip.

has anyone else noticed that old 98l is still out there spinning away?

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