TROPICAL WEATHER DISCUSSION NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL 105 AM EST WED NOV 23 2005 (edited~danielw)
SPECIAL FEATURE... CENTRAL ATLC 982 MB LOW IS CENTERED NEAR 30N41W DRIFTING SOUTHWARD. CONVECTION CONTINUES TO WRAP AROUND THE CENTER TONIGHT WITH A DISSIPATING OCCLUDED FRONTAL SYSTEM TO THE NORTH WITH A DISSIPATING COLD AND WARM FRONTS FROM A TRIPLE POINT NEAR 33N34W. STORM WARNING IS IN PLACE FOR WINDS OF AT LEAST 50 KT WITHIN 360 NM OF THE LOW IN THE SW QUADRANT. ALTHOUGH THIS LOW IS CURRENTLY NON-TROPICAL...IT IS GRADUALLY ACQUIRING TROPICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND COULD BECOME A TROPICAL CYCLONE..."DELTA"... OVER THE NEXT DAY OR SO. SCATTERED MODERATE CONVECTION IS WITHIN 175 NM OF THE CENTER IN THE E SEMICIRCLE. HEAVIER CONVECTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FRONTAL BOUNDARIES. punctuation and spacing edited for ease of reading and emphasis~danielw
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