Still no sign of a closed surface low at the moment, and pressures still haven't shown much drop, but the convection is certainly impressive over the area of 80W 19N. Tomorrow afternoon/evening will be the most likely time for something to start pulling together at the surface. if it hasn't started cranking up by then, we probably won't see anything tropical with this. Hybrid, perhaps. but not a pure tropical system.
Pressures are still around 1010MB, what will they be in the afternoon?
- Mark (yeah, I should be asleep)
-------------------- M. S. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech - May 2019.
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