TROPICAL WAVE OVER THE FAR E ATLC ALONG 23W S OF 19N MOVING W AT AN ESTIMATED SPEED OF 15-20 KT. THE WAVE DISPLAYS A GOOD SATELLITE SIGNATURE BUT APPEARS TO BE PRIMARILY ALOFT. ASSOCIATED CONVECTION IS MAINLY CONFINED TO THE ITCZ BETWEEN 22W-27W.
TROPICAL WAVE OVER THE CENTRAL ATLC ALONG 41W S OF 21N WITH A 1012 MB LOW ALONG THE WAVE NEAR 15N MOVING W NEAR 15 KT. THIS WAVE CONTINUES TO DISPLAY AN IMPRESSIVE SATELLITE SIGNATURE WITH A SMALL AREA OF SCATTERED MODERATE TO STRONG CONVECTION TO THE N OF THE LOW CENTER FROM 15.5N-18N BETWEEN 39W-42W. WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE NOTED ELSEWHERE WITHIN 300 NM EITHER SIDE OF WAVE AXIS. ANALYSIS OF WATER VAPOR IMAGERY INDICATES THE WAVE IS NEARING AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH OVER THE CENTRAL ATLC WHICH IS CREATING A WEAKNESS IN THE SUBTROPICAL RIDGE. AS A RESULT...THE LOW CENTER IS EXPECTED TO TAKE A MORE POLEWARD MOTION DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS.
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