nhc mentions on the td11 discussion that they found an uncontaminated 35kt low level wind vector on the scatterometer scan, and plenty of 30kt ones. pretty close to being a tropical storm itself. maybe it will as it gets drawn into a baroclinic zone, before running away into the north atlantic. it wouldnt even be a generous call, and would add yet another pissant tropical storm to this year's tally.
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