Let's think this through logically... If there is no low at this time, the models can not initialize on one in order to make a future prediction of where the "no low" is going to be since it may not ever be a low at all. Since models don't initalize on tropical waves with "with no closed circulation" then we can not possibly predict where the "no closed circulation" will be on Thursday or Friday in relation to right now when there is no closed circulation..... Got it?
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