Don't think it's XTD 10 any more but wave behind it,,,, Read 8:05 PM Discussion
THE REMNANTS OF TD 10 ARE WEAK SURFACE TROUGH NEAR TURKS/CAICOS ISLAND TO THE WINDWARD PASSAGE BUT ARE WEAKENING WITH TIME. A MORE SIGNIFICANT FEATURE APPEARS TO BE THE LOW/MID-LEVEL ROTATION N OF PUERTO RICO NEAR A TROPICAL WAVE. THIS DISTURBED AREA OF WEATHER HAS AN UPPER ANTICYCLONE OVER IT WITH SCATTERED TSTMS. A FEW OF THE COMPUTER MODELS TRY TO DEVELOPMENT THIS AREA.. BRINGING IT TOWARD THE NW BAHAMAS IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THIS SOLUTION HAS TO BE CONSIDERED HIGHLY UNCERTAIN THOUGH. FARTHER N.. AN UPPER TROUGH LIES FROM 30N56W TO 24N68W. A FEW SHOWERS ARE BENEATH THE TROUGH AXIS THOUGH THEY ARE QUITE ISOLATED. IN THE CENTRAL ATLC.. A MID/UPPER LOW IS NEAR 28N45W AND IS MOVING SLOWLY NNW WITH TROUGH AXIS SSW TO 20N51W. THE GFS SUGGEST THE FEATURE WILL MOVE OUT OF THE AREA WITH THE TROUGH RETREATING FROM THE DEEP TROPICS. VERY DRY AIR ALOFT CONTINUES S OF THE LOW N OF 10N BETWEEN 40W-60W AND E OF THE LOW N OF 15N W OF 30W.
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