Quote: I can *almost* see reason to believe that there are now two LLCs, with a possibility of two systems ultimately forming from this mess, one which heads generally WNW or NW - the other generally NNE or NE.
In slowly developing systems, it is very common for the MLC and LLC to be displaced, and this is what we are observing here. I see no reason for this system not to become a tropical storm this weekend. Based on IR images over the last couple hours, I think that the convection is slowly organizing and we should see TD status later today and TS status tomorrow. I am waiting for some good visible images this morning to more clearly judge how organized the system is.
-------------------- Ronn Raszetnik - Hazards Geographer
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