no classified systems out there.. for what it's worth. former danny is just convection short of reclassification (though seems to have stopped losing latitude short of where i'd reckoned) and former six just needs a low level cyclonic circulation (or at least one nhc can find with a plane). really neither merits classification.. but six is holding together better as a wave than i'd thought. i dont see that low level center they're talking about.. looks like it might have one if the low level easterlies weren't driving into it so powerfully. getting sheared some now but has slowed considerably.. so not really on the slide. give it better than even chances of returning to the table.
not noted much, but that wave near 30w has some kind of turning with it. thats one of those 'just add convection' instant systems.. and it has gotten a bit closer to the itcz since yesterday. definitely will be worth watching if it can nudge out of the subsidence.
one other low priority note is the swirl that developed off hatteras the other day and is now moving NE on the ridge periphery like danny did. has a hybrid appearance.. but now probably too far north to ever catch up. may inject some moisture into danny's vicinity, however.
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