Quote: Yuppers... These two features appear to be small H70-H50 vortices that were convectively spun up and are presently being sheared off to the northeast by the H50-H30 trough extending northeast from FL. these small vortices are riding over the top of the SW-NE oriented SFC-H85 inverted trough that currently lies across that area.
H70-H50= 9,900ft to 18,300ft (Mid Level) H50-H30= 18,300 to 30,000ft (Upper Level) SFC-H85= Sea Level to 4,800ft (Low level)
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