Sun Sep 03 2006 12:56 AM
Re: Nothing Imminent

story earlier today still holds. 99L is getting ripped at by shear, and isn't going to develop very much through the holiday weekend. there are early signs the TUTT shear axis is weakening, but it may not matter. 98L is being subsumed by the recently christened 90L (invest 21 on the season); the two are too close for both to develop. 90L has the advantage of stronger convergence from upstream, and should win. there's another wave about to pass south of the CV islands that looks decent as well. also some disturbed weather hanging near the bahamas from the leavings of ernesto's recurvature and the blocking pattern to the north. it doesn't really have any structure right now and shear is moderate. it will have to persist for a while before anything happens. oughta be a storm or two next week, regardless.
HF 0456z03september

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