good obs clark,, hard to go against recon but I dont see it. LOL. I think they found a vortex in the main flow. I think the center is down more near 22.8N and near 75W. Reasons comparing are there is nothing on the recon to show a closed low up there ( maybe just a vortex swirl) while the one near 22.8 clearly shows a rotation with a wsw,sse and ene wind. I guess Ill see if recon outdoes me. Just to note people,,recon is the best source of info, so this is just my speculation,,its probably that there are many vortexs in a broad circulation on a developing system. Anyways thanks Clark for the update on the recon.
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