Tue Nov 29 2005 04:01 AM
Can Epsilon Be Far Behind?

96L is looking a little more impressive this morning with thunderstorm tops in the -50 - 60 range near the center of circulation. T numbers are ST1.5 currently. The circulation center seems to be on the WSW edge of the Thunderstorm activity. (with a trailing set of storms due south). If I had to hazard a guess I would say the system is taking on the appearance of a small tropical system in a larger Subtropical System. The next 12 hours should be very interesting for the future of the potential storm.

Will the convection increase, or will it fall apart, leaving the system a subtropical mess?


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