Yep, i agree with you both... although there is still some avctivity i think it is too disorganised and in too harsh an environment for anything to develop at the moment. NRL are still keeping an invest up on the low (90L) in the NW CAribbean, but i dont know how much longer for... although there is some more significant curvature evident in the convective bands to the south of the low so who knows, but i wont be holding my breath thats for sure!
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