Bottom Line Up Front: All agencies downgrade Ex-Bising to a low pressure area.
Active Storms: None.
Since last update, JMA has followed suit in downgrading 99W into a low pressure area. Deep convection continues over the northeastern side of the circulation, but strong shear and dry air will prevent any re-development. I occur with JTWC’s assessment in 99W being marked as “low” chance at development. The remnants are expected to meander in the Philippine Sea over the next several days. With that, there is an increased rainfall expected for Palau this week.
5-Day Tropical Discussion:
Elsewhere, tropical cyclone development is not expected to occur over the next five days.
Until next time, have a great day and take care. -Mike
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