the 95L hybrid low is starting to peel back sw as a large high blocks it to the north. it's very much occluded from the frontal trough it has been attached to, but probably not fully detached at this time. ssd has rated it a st2.5, which agrees well with the 40kt/988mb tag that nrl has on it. nhc will of course issue another advisory saying 'it appears to be acquiring tropical characteristics' at 11:30, but if this keeps up, we'll have a post-analysis track starting subtropical today. unless the system has all its convection sheared off or never detaches from the frontal trough still draped around its ne side... the nhc will very likely start issuing advisories on it tomorrow. almost time for a new thread. whoever puts it up, could you throw in a plug to the forecast challenge 2006? gotta go to class... HF 1535z22november
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