It is a time for another tropical update, even though I missed the big storm last week.
In the Atlantic, no tropical cyclogenesis is expected in the next 48 hours.
In the Eastern Pacific, Post Tropical Storm Olaf is no longer being tracked. At last report, it had a minimum central low pressure of 1000 mb, and rising, with 45 mph sustained winds. This system is expected to continue weakening as it moves east-northeast into colder waters.
The GOES full disk visible satellite imagery shows that there is barely any organized convection associated with this system at this time. This system will continue to weaken.
In the Central Pacific, no tropical cyclogenesis is expected in the next 48 hours.
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