PHILIPPE REMAINS A SMALL TROPICAL CYCLONE THAT IS EMBEDDED WITHIN A BROADER AREA OF LOW PRESSURE. IN FACT...BOTH SAB AND TAFB BEGAN SUBTROPICAL CLASSIFICATIONS AT 0000 UTC ON THE BROADER LOW TO THE SOUTHWEST OF PHILIPPE
Subtropical storm is developing sw of philippe from the upper low it should continue to become tropical in nature over the next 48 hours.
You know what is also interesting about that is that the operational versions of the global based models have no clue there is a subtropical low is there.... They do have a representation of what's left of shreaded Philippe, accelerating and obsorbing into N Atlantic extratropical features.... Hmmm, what's to happen with subtropical low - stay tuned... Also, impressive wave comes off Aftrica... Note, the waters between Africa and the Islands have not been processed much this year... It is getting late climate wise for Cape Verdi cyclones, but seeing as the waters are both anomalously warm and unprocessed, could be a signal that Dr. Gray is onto something...
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