Well i see from NHC's Tropical Wx Discussion that as the Trough and Front head east the convection is expected to become more concentrated over the NW Caribbean, in the approximate region where our very weak and poorly organised low is, but where computer models indicate development unanimously over the next few days. Defintely something to watch, even if it looks like the thing is on the brink of death at the moment.
On a side note, TD 1E has developed in the East Pacific, a good strong looking Depression, and forecast to strengthen. Also, i do like the new Graphics NHC are using, especially indicating the Storms current location, forecast track of the centre, and potential range of the track too...
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