90L still is hanging around, but is really not oreganised and devoid of almost all convection... dont know how much longer this one can hang around for, it has been 5 or 6 days already.
Now 91L, a brilliant satellite signature with an enclosed visible surface circulation, but convection located away from the low level clouds. If anything happens with this one i would think it would most likely become sub-tropical first of all. Pressure is around 1010mb, and winds around 30 knots.
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