Ok, i am back... the advantage of being 5 hours ahead of most of you.... well it is difficult to really see any evidence of the low on current IR Satellite imagery, so i guess i will have to wait for the visible light imagery to come out in a couple of hours. According to NHC the low is still near the coast of nicaragua / honduras with a central pressure of 1008 mb. Well if that is the case the nearest convection is well to the east over open water... oh well, roll on visible imagery to see if i can right this area off! I see NRL are still keeping it as an asctive invest though!
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