Fascinating...., take a look on the IR2 satellite late this evening, at roughly 11 N and 64 W I have attached a link for this infrared loop ( http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/flt/t2/flash-ir2.html ). I would appear that the cluster of convection just north of the South America in the S.E. Carib. now nearly eroded, has exposed what was a fairly impressive vorticity; perhaps a good deal more appearant than our storm at the moment. Interesting feature.
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