93L, located around 61W and 12N, is moving west-northwestward at 15-20 mph. 93L is interacting with a large upper-level trough and upper level winds are unfavorable for any development. 93L is still producing moderate convection but nothing that would indicated strengthening. On visible satellite it appears as if the convection is starting to be sheared away, and a shear zone has appeared to have set up south of Hati producing 40 knot shear. As 93L interacts with this area, development will be close to impossible.
Edited by harmlc.ath.cx (Thu Jun 29 2006 02:15 AM)
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