Another interesting feature closer to the Caribbean is a low pressure circulation at approx. 13 N/54W moving to the WNW and is currently to the SE of the Windwards. This area hjas gained some convection during the last few hours and has an impressive low level circulation. If shear lessens in the Eastern Caribbean, I wouldn't be surprised if it becomes an invest. Perhaps the mjo is causing some increase in potential in the Atlantic basin.
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