Hello all I've been too busy to post the last couple days. Will definitely take the time to review all the information posted about Gamma. I still feel that was a very tenuous call, but you sold me on the circulation; however out of all the storms of this year, the language that was used in the advisories and discussions definitely emphasized its poor organization, more than any other storm I've seen. So I'm assuming that call may have been made in part due to necessity (I prefer to look at it that way rather than to say it was political), since it was just offshore.
Weird to see that the circulation (which essentially was the same one from 93L) rolled back down the coastline of Nicaragua.
I'm seeing low or mid level circulation north of Panama/Columbia (at about 11N77W).
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