The remnant low of former TD6 certainly is making a valiant effort to reorganize. During the day there seemed to actually be two areas of spin. One which many of you have been tracking (sort of to the extreme west of the entire system) and another a short distance to the east southeast of the first one. The one to the east southeast is the one that captured my attention. At 12Z this morning it was at 14.5N 67.4W and at 00Z this evening it had moved to 15.9N 69.4W - not exactly a westerly drift - getting a lot closer to northwest. It may still be open to the southeast or south southeast but the forward motion has certainly slowed considerably. The ULL which had been tracking northwest of the former TD moved quite a bit more to the north today and then came to an abrupt halt late this afternoon. NHC even ran some model runs on the ULL earlier today. One of these systems would do a nice job of verifying the earlier runs of the UKMET. The weakness in the ridge is certainly there (evidence the ULL) so I wouldn't remove any area from the picture just yet. Tomorrow should be interesting if the wave intensifies again.
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