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Last advisory issued for Isaias as it moves over Quebec. Other than 94L (which looks like it won't develop) Atlantic is quiet for a bit.
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Re: TS Cristobal Forecast Lounge [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #95275 - Mon Aug 25 2014 03:33 PM

Watching an area NNW of Hispaniola which may be spinning up separately from Cristobal off the energy to the south,

Keying off the upper/lower divergence and convergence charts at

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Re: TS Cristobal Forecast Lounge [Re: MikeC]
      #95276 - Mon Aug 25 2014 04:08 PM

Thanks for pointing this out. I was a little timid to call attention to that, as the low level circulation still seems to be supported by the exposed center. But in recent frames that center opened up to the SW, and I was beginning to wonder if a transition was occurring in that the energy was being left behind as the LLC pulled slowly northward. That may be something to check on for a while.
Very confusing situation now as the western end of the trough seems to be generating some noticeable convection.


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