Nice flare up of convection for the last 6 hours, but probably won't be sustained. nothing definitive on the QuikSCAT. Of course one pass missed the area totally, and the other doesn't show anything certain. The waters in the area fairly warm, so, it's worth watching. The other good news, it's heading east, away from land, so shouldn't be a threat even if it does somehow develop.
-------------------- M. S. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech - May 2018.
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