Around 50W 24N.... I think that's the remains of TD19... Still firing up convection, sheared horribly but it looks like the shear is weakening and ... well... you never know it seems. Anyone elses take on that system?
And I see the Yucatan storm, looks like it's underneath a narrow ridge of high pressure, if it presists...
Be kinda sickening to run out of storm names in the first half of october.
-------------------- M. S. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech - May 2019.
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