Lastest loop zoomed in from the NASA site, shows what appears to me to be a llcc near 18.4/86.6 moving off to the WNW. It's pretty well defined and easy to pick out. There may be another ESE to this near 17.8/86.0, I'm a little less certain on this one but could be a mlc. Looks like the first one is headed for the Yucatan.
After looking again, I'm pretty confident that there is a llcc near 18.4/86.6. I would link the loop, but I don't have much luck in trying to link loops from the NASA GHCC site.
I guess it could be one of those eddys that are common in the tropics, but didn't Grace develop from one of these?
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