If any Mets (or anyone else in the know) would mind pinging us with a few features out there. For example, the thunderstorm complex around 47W 11N, can it help reinvigorate 97L? (which is still spinning around 47W 17N, but increasingly seperated from associated convection).
There is also a thunderstorm complex in the southern Carib. 78W 11N or so. Looks like a mid level twist, nothing organized, but it seems to be drifting wnw and if it keeps together who knows (after all this season isn't lacking storms....)
Finally there is the thunderstorms around 68W 22N or so, (caused by a divergent flow in the upper atmosphere?) I don't think it'll develop, but it's certainly worth the look - see (assuming anyone can tear their eyes away from Katrina).
I'm curious what other peoples thoughts are....
19/18/0905 <- My prediction (2013 Predictions)
01/01/00/00 <- Year Totals
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