(Weather Guru)
Thu Sep 30 2004 04:14 PM
Re: Spinning System S of Hati.

Hmm, Lisa has never looked better circulation-wise, but now there's hardly any convection left.

As for the Haiti storm, nogaps at least indicates it's there but slides it west into the Pacific without any development. From the WV loop it looks like it's trying to keep the convection centered as hard as it can, but other than some rotation it's otherwise not very well organized.
As for 10n53w, the models don't even see this one. From what I've watched, I see this thing following a track farther south than Earl, drenching the coast of South America but otherwise not developing.

For the record, I have no idea what I'm talking about.

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