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Postby Caribbean Traveler » Wed Sep 19, 2007 10:07 am

Wednesday Midday Update

The latest satellite imagery suggests that Ingrid is still holding on. The circulation center is about 275 miles north of the Virgin Islands. The center of circulation is void of convection, but heavy convection has reappeared on the eastern side of the circulation.

Ingrid is still fighting strong wind shear from a trough to the west. We will keep an eye on the situation since Ingrid has not been destroyed yet.
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Postby Caribbean Traveler » Wed Sep 19, 2007 5:23 pm

Wednesday Evening Update

The latest satellite imagery shows the center of circulation still void of any convection. There are some squalls over the southeast quadrant near the northern Leewards - far removed from the center.

The remnants of Ingrid still are battling the shear. Nothing of immediate concern, but there is still a slim possibility that it could rejuvenate if it eventually gets away from the shear.
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