Steve H1
(Storm Tracker)
Tue Sep 26 2006 06:36 PM
Re:western carib

Well, the SW Caribbean may take a while yet before something gets going there. NOGAPS has been flip-flopping on that, but its in a favorable area climate-speaking. Area SW of 96L was the one I thought NRL dubbed 97L. This has really been siamese twins for the last few days, and it will be interesting to see if it can break loose from the influence of brother. There is some evidence of LLC but its hard to tell if its part of the elongated center of 96L. Visibles no longer available today, but if it becomes its own entity, it may well develop if conditions ahead are favorable. Otherwise all is quiet in the CONUS!! Cheers!!

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