cieldumort
(Moderator)
Tue Sep 26 2006 06:14 PM
Re:western carib

What I am finding interesting - very interesting - is a clever little spin that has been brewing and is now clear as a bell - on the southwestern portion of the wave which the 1010mb (estimated) low (96L) is a part of. This new low level circulation center is located near 15.5N 55W. You can easily locate both of these low level circulation centers here.


This is a vigorous wave, imparting a good deal of potential spin along it's entire length, and I would be fairly surprised if something does not come of it sooner or later.



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