Hawkeyewx
(Weather Analyst)
Tue Nov 03 2009 12:07 PM
Re: Watching a System in North Central Atlantic, No Threat to Land

97L appears to have decent potential to develop. The circulation is there and there is some spiral banding, but the convection within the bands is pretty weak. There was a deeper blowup of convection last night so maybe we'll see another tonight. Models like this to develop a bit, but keep it weak. It's at least something interesting to watch in the least interesting hurricane season I can remember.


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