Quote: That little area just off the Columbian coast is looking pretty well organised. Does anyone think that anything will come of it?
Too close to the coast I would believe. The storm in the NE Atlantic looks kinda nifty, but probably won't amount to anything (though counter point to that would be Olga in 2001). The mass of showers near Puerto Rico is still looking pretty ragged though there seems to be a low level circulation around 14N 70W from the visible imagry.
Don't think it's worth classifying though, not right now at least.
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