1012 MB LOW HAS DEVELOPED FROM THE TROPICAL WAVE PREVIOUSLY ALONG 39W. THE BROAD CENTER OF THE LOW IS NEAR 11N41W AND IS MOVING WNW 10-15. THIS IS A COMPLEX DISTURBANCE WITH A LOW/MID- LEVEL CENTER SEEN ON VISIBLE SATELLITE NEAR 12N42W WITH ANOTHER LOBE OF ENERGY ROTATING AROUND THE E SIDE NEAR 12N39W. SURFACE OBSERVATIONS INDICATE A LARGE CLOSED CIRCULATION WITH BUOYS REPORTING WINDS OF 20-25 KT. THE LOW HAS FAVORABLE CONDITIONS FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT WITH WARM WATER NEAR 83F... LIGHT SHEAR... AND IT SEEMS TO BE FAR ENOUGH SOUTH TO AVOID SIGNIFICANT DRY AIR IN THE MID-LEVELS. THERE IS SOME EVIDENCE OF BANDING THOUGH CONVECTION HAS FADED A BIT THIS AFTERNOON. ISOLATED MODERATE FROM 10N-13N BETWEEN 40W-45W.
That is really intresting got any ideals one it mets.
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