(Storm Tracker)
Sun Oct 12 2008 01:18 PM
Re: Wave in Eastern Atlantic May Develop Today

No doubt what is the dominant low in the "blob" called 97L. Interestingly though, the much smaller area of convection farther south and west, seems to be maintaining its own identity. Not too sure of overall conditions in the cenral Atlantic around 10-12N and about 45-50W, but providing that this other feature were to continue to move westward and maintain convective, it would not surprise me if it were to be tagged as an invest itself sometime early tomorrow. This unless of course there were debate on whether or not it was truly seperated from the ITZ as a seperate feature onto itself.

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