Quote: Are you guys referring to the piece of energy heading toward the Windward Islands, to the west of 91L? There is quite a bit of showers and storms associated with this feature. It remains in lighter shear; however, dry air lies ahead.
For those just joining the thread. There appear to be two separate circulations just east of the Lesser Antilles. West or right circulation is about 60 miles NE of Barbados. East or left circulation is about 400 miles east of the Lesser Antilles and is referred to as 91L by NHC. Recon is currently enroute to 91L or the eastern of the two circulations.
Another new circulation has just moved off of the African Coast and has not been designated or numbered.
Recon first wind direction shift at 14.4N/ 55.9W. Wind shifted from ENE to ESE. Could be a shear line or the outer fringes of circulation. This was at 13,000 feet. Still inbound toward 91L-East or right.
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