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By: cg2916 , 1:52 PM GMT on June 10, 2009
Altantic - Currently there is nothing to watch out for in the Atlantic Basin.
Current view of the Atlantic Basin.
Pacific - The Eastern Pacific is pretty quiet,Invest 91E is the only prominent area, although it is very weak and disorganized and it is extremely unlikely to develop.
Current view of the Eastern Pacific.
Invest 91E Very Disorganized, Not Much of a Threat To Develop At All Anymore
Eastern Pacific Invest 91E has become extremely disorganized. It is highly unlikely for it to develop. It has been under favorable conditions, but it continues to weaken drastically in the day, and strengthen a little overnight. Even if it did develop, it wouldn't have been a threat to land. This system is practically dead, all that's left of it is some clouds making an oval with a hole in the northern center, but it does have some deep convection. It has no circulation, though. I give it a 10% chance of coming back and developing, and I will probably lower to 5-10% and then to 5% and then 0% as it weakens (which it probably will do). The floater over the system shows how weak it is.
Current view of the weak Eastern Pacific Invest 91E.
I will have my update tomorrow.
EDIT - Looks like I jinxed 91E again. Convection is starting to wrap around a certain point and is becoming less spotty. It still may die, but I'm not sure for now.
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