The low that I said was forming was the one near 28N and 75W yesterday...didnt say it was well defined..also there was 2 lows in a trough ( which there still is) .... This area is still more of a trough and nontropical at this time....it could get better organzied as it moves towards the Carolinas on Weds....but pressures throughout the Atlantic continue to be high.
Too be honest with everyone..and its just my opinion....only areas probably able to develop will be the Gulf and western Carribean....The Pressures in the Atlantic are that of winter time...along with upperlows and dry air...conditions are not favorible anywhere....its just a whole mess........I feel this will continue...which brings part 2 of the season in the gulf and Carribean ...this will be our areas of intrest as pressures are generally lower.
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