Sorry to get away from Rita But we have a situation with Philippe. It appears, As Philippe was moving north a couple days ago there was an upper low moving SW around The top of Philippe It seemed then to be entraining moisture from Philippe and was beginning Pop corn convection. The upper low has continued sw west as it is now near 25 north 61 west. It Is Trying to work to the surface I would watch this feature as it could be left behind as the Frontal zone takes the other part of Philippe out, and a high pressure builds into the north Atlantic Over the weekend. Also a tropical wave is approaching from the southeast which should aid with moisture. Itís quite possible we could have another development In the Bahamas or Sw Atlantic by Early next week. Iím thinking it could hang around and do an Ophelia or jeanne.
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