(Weather Analyst)
Fri Aug 19 2005 04:15 PM
Re: Don't look now but...

There is no surface circulation at the point you mention. There is a spin there, but it is above the surface. The very weak center of surface rotation near 21.5N 68W continues to move wnw and in its wake it is pulling a uniform southeasterly surface flow underneath the mid-level spin. It will be very difficult for any surface low to form under the mid-level spin in this scenario. It is not impossible, but the process would be quite slow.

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