"Twelve hours later the TD will fall completely apart and the left/west system will be designated a TS (humor intended)."
"Models will have to be run over and over with the new data...so for now I'd put a hold on any previous model output."
Let me see if I got this right. East meets West and becomes 91 Least. And I agree we need to run over the models. I'm trying to summarize. Not poke fun at the above posts or members.
The buoys are still below 30 mph and NHC needs/ requires sustained 29 knot or 34 mph winds to pull the trigger. If 91L east/right is a Tropical Depression the Islands will have to use their local Meteorological Services. Which they do to a certain extent anyway.
NOAA 49 Gulfstream high altitude dropsondes are due at 00Z or 8PM EDT, and I stand corrected on the Recon low level flight. It is scheduled to depart at 04Z or Midnight EDT.
FLIGHT THREE -- TEAL 71 A. 01/0600Z,1200Z B. AFXXX 0305A CYCLONE C. 01/0400Z D. 15.2N 58.1W E. 01/0530Z TO 01/1200Z F. SFC TO 10,0000 FT
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