It's really interesting to have three invests in the Atlantic in the last week of October. Of the three, I'd lean toward 92L as having the best shot of developing into possibly a sub-tropical system. 90L still shows considerable shear and 91L is really far South. The northern portion of 91L may have some chance of developing in the Caribbean later, but I think the main body will just go inland in South America. Only time will tell, though. I guess this just shows that the 2010 Atlantic season is still alive and kicking.
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