There is now clear evidence of increasing convection to the north of 91L. There is one cluster to its northwest and one cluster to its northeast. Interesting to see this taking place as the TWD says the system is in a shear environment of 50 - 60 knots. I still think this system will most likely go sub-tropical, but not just yet!
As for 90L, it is still there, with convection once again firing up well to the south of the broad circulation. This has a long way to go though to become anything.
Both systems are not going anywhere fast just yet, so perhaps they are waiting for the official start of the season
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