Quote: I don't understand why the NHC did not even comment on the surface vortex to the south that has had some convection firing up around it. Anyone care to answer?
Recon couldn't find a true center and the MSLP is a broad area. Accoring to the discussion the strongest winds were in some convective bands to the Northeast. The system has been spitting out swirls all day that have turned out to be nothing. They are most likely going on what they have now.See NHC discussion
Yeah, I figured. But this low level swirl has persisted all day. And it has some deep convection starting to fire up around it.
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