I just a learner for weather
but does this represent a bent back low. If so the low may be at the center of the circular wind
, an occluded front extends from the low, and the cold front (the clouds that make the T) connects to the occluded front. They are supposed to be bad. The rougher weather
is at the T. It will probably move slow since it has an upper level occluded low over it. Any comments? Am I way off base?
It would be great if someone who really knew would comment. The only thing I know for sure is I do not want to be with in a 1,000 miles of it.