A new tropical cyclone has formed within a larger extratropical cyclone in the northeastern Atlantic. Pablo is a very small-scale tropical cyclone, but satellite data clearly show a well-defined but small circulation with 40-kt winds embedded within the larger low.
Pablo is currently moving toward the east-southeast at about 9 kt while embedded within the circulation of the larger extratropical low. Pablo should then turn toward the northeast and increase its forward speed with some strengthening possible over the next 36 hours.
Note the larger scale low is currently causing winds of 30 to 45 knots and seas to 9 meters (about 30 feet).