91L is more secluded today. i'd say it's close to being a nonfrontal low. sitting over ssts near 75F, which produces enough differential to sustain a system if the vertical temp gradient is strong enough. there is a little bit of convection... interesting to look at if nothing else. none of the globals show it doing much. nothing much on the horizon either. just the slow seasonal shift to the summer pattern over the basin. HF 2138z30april
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