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Invest 90L
      #114090 - Sun May 22 2022 03:35 PM


An area of disturbed weather associated with a surface trof and a mesoscale convective vortex interacting with a mid-level low has become better defined today, and is now being tracked as Invest 90L, our first Invest of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season.

While conditions for significant development are not ideal in the sense for a purely tropical cyclone, this preseason, hybridized system would not require much to achieve storm intensity.

More details to come.


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Re: Invest 90L [Re: cieldumort]
      #114092 - Sun May 22 2022 06:38 PM

Its been something to watch today.

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