Mon Oct 13 2008 07:30 AM

First glance at the latest satellite imagery this morning reveals at least two convective hot towers in a north to south configuration.

Latest AVN Enhancement is nearly peaked out over the center area of the system. (CDO?)
JSL and Funktop enhancements are also showing peak indicators in the center area.

AVN Loop showing what appears to be a bit of west to east shear. Low level circulation is west of the highest cloud top circulation, in the loops.

RECON is scheduled for an 15Z, or 11AM EDT departure with a center fix assigned at 20Z, or 4PM EDT.

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