Probably the most interesting feature out there in a month, but alas it just doesn't seem to want to have the impetus to take that next step and substantially organize. It's still got a shot, and it's in the right area if it is going to do anything, but I have to agree with the NHC in that development isn't likely through tomorrow. Maybe Friday.
Oh, and if anyone sees this tonight (Wednesday night), take a look at the northeast Pacific at about 42N and 145W. We saw that a lot in the Atlantic last year, now it looks as though the Pacific is trying to form a high latitude tropical system? The most recent GFS phase space diagram (http://moe.met.fsu.edu/cyclonephase/gfs/fcst/archive/06110100/11.html) shows a clear warm core structure, a relatively deep one at that, and it's now invest 93C on the NRL site. It's in the CPHC's zone of responsibility right now, so we may not get an upgrade...but if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck...
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