The former 92L -- I think you mean 92L, as 91L was an upper-low in the central Atlantic, while 93L is the Bay of Campeche activity -- is associated with an upper-level low near Jamaica. No low-level circulation to speak of, winds aren't all that strong, and the convection is driven in much the same way as it has been the past 3-4 days: by divergent upper-level winds near the trough, not unlike what you sometimes see over land during spring & fall. All of it is weakening, however, and beginning to lift out to the northeast. Neither this area of convection or the signature east of the Bahamas -- which is associated with a slightly larger upper-air low -- are all that impressive other than for the rain they have or may bring to Hispaniola.
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