hey cyc, nice stuff. ought to be helpful this november when everybody is trying to peg the storm totals for 2004.
funny that nhc upgraded kate to hurricane now that the convection is shearing off. guess that banding eye was legit.
90L is weaker than before, pressures in the region are higher overall than yesterday. a patch of subsidence is along the western coast of the yucatan.. being chewed away at, and probably blocking any deep convection from forming where the upper support is. still wait-see if anything can get going over there.. otherwise 90L will be unviable.
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