noticed in the caribbean section, looking somewhat busy:
CARIBBEAN... BROAD LOW PRES...1007 MB...HAS DEVELOPED OVER THE SW CARIBBEAN NEAR 14N79W ALONG A SFC TROF WHICH EXTENDS FROM THE WINDWARD PASSAGE TO THE PANAMA CANAL ZONE. THE LAST FEW VISIBLE IMAGES SHOW THE LOW TO BE QUITE DISORGANIZED WITH TWO SEPARATE CIRCULATIONS NEAR 13N79W AND 16N77W.
dosn't seem to be doing good, i saw the two swirls this afternoon... way to much shear, but that could change in a few days...... i also noticed the later down in the section....
"A DUO OF DEVELOPING SYSTEMS OVER THE PACIFIC WATERS WILL ALSO BEGIN TO SPREAD HEAVY RAINFALL OVER CNTRL AMERICA BY MID-WEEK AS THEY TRACK GENERALLY TO THE E."
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