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doug
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Western Caribbean-east of Belize
      Fri Sep 20 2013 10:40 AM

While 95L winds down I could not help but notice a curious cyclonic spin in the low levels just east of Belize. This is part of what was left behind as 95L's circulation crossed the Yucatan, and has been repressed southward by the trough that is entering the Caribbean now...The "discussion" attributes this activity to difluence, but the cyclonic twist caught my eye...

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