Conditions look ok from my perspective, just looked at the shear maps and sst's and it seems as if it might be favorable for some development. However, the way I looked at it conditions to the north of the wave's current location would be a little more hostile. The shear across the eastern Atlantic is forecast to weaken through 48 hours according to Unisys shear forecasts. Seems this one is being watched a little closer, so an invest has been issued.
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