Miami Storm Tracker wrote:Will the ULL NE of the Bahamas ever move out. It seems like a permanent fixture been sitting there spinning forever.
Yeah, we have two upper level lows. The ULL referenced by Miami Storm Tracker, which had been northeast of the Bahamas, has been around for two weeks now. In fact, this feature, in combination of SAL, helped kill Invest 94L. It has been drifting south-southwest for the past several days and is now approaching the Bahamas.
The other ULL is over Southeast GA currently and is moving to the southwest and is expected to move into the GOM this weekend. It is forecast to bring increased rain to.the Central Gulf Coast by Monday.