Quote: small H70-H50 vortices that were convectively spun up and are presently being sheared off to the northeast by the H50-H30 trough extending northeast from FL. these small vortices are riding over the top of the SW-NE oriented SFC-H85 inverted trough
I had not seen that terminology before since I'm not a met, but I think got it. I knew those were mid-level features (and quikscat confirmed that), so H70-H50 means 700mbar-500mbar level, shear coming from the trough at 500mbar - 300mbar and the surface trough at 850mbar?
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