Atlantic Disturbance 96L (Interim Update)
Posted: 3:35 PM EDT on August 22, 2014
(By Steve Gregory - Substituting for Dr. Masters who is on Vacation.)
Aside from the increase in convection along with the development of a high level anti-cyclone above the lower level circulation today, there has been little additional development of 96L.
Based on the latest RECON data, along with radar and satellite imagery, the broad area of Low pressure is currently located over Mona Pass near 19N/68W and will be approaching the northeaste
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