well.. 93L just pretty much evaporated. the strong vortex that had all the nice convection detached around dusk and has sped westward. there's a flare of convection along the attendant trough on its southern flank, but it's now embedded in the fast low level flow and relative shear is too strong for it to maintain any convection. things are about to get quiet. itcz is depressed and not much wave action over africa. mjo is probably past it, enhancing convection in the westpac... nothing on the wave train. nothing very impressive on the models, so we're likely finished for a while. 91L looking extratropical. it was one of the more interesting hybrids we've seen lately (subtropical stuff usually is out to sea unless in the gulf). wonder what nhc will say about it if included in the monthly review. clark reminded that last june 25, almost a year ago, a similar low got quickly better organized (it moved inland over near ocracoke and tracked inland on a similar path). alberto was not too dissimilar from arlene. i think the '05-'06 similarities are through, though.... no bret-like system is going to pop down near the yucatan. HF 0419z28june
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