The central Atlantic tropical wave is now being tracked as Invest 91L, and has been steadily getting better organized so far tonight, with increasing convection, and an improving low level circulation.
91L consists of a large surface circulation with a stretched center, and tonight there are now some hints of some mildly curved inflow banding, with deeper convection blowing up near or over the center of circulation . (See image below)
I have also uploaded a 7/28 2345Z (7:45 PM EDT) ASCAT pass (wind analysis), which shows an incipient low level circulation center located roughly 8.2N and 39.8W, at that time. The image is somewhat large, so please click the Attachment link above to view.
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