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Invest 95-L Located 750 Miles To The East Of The Southern Lesser Antilles Has The Potential To Become A Tropical Depression Or A Tropical Storm Before It Reaches Barbados & The Southern Lesser Antilles Tuesday Afternoon & Tuesday Evening; Everyone In The Eastern Caribbean, Southern Lesser Antilles & Barbados Should Closely Monitor The Progress Of Invest 95-L

Invest 95-L Located 750 Miles To The East Of The Southern Lesser Antilles: An area of low pressure, designated Invest 95-L, is located about 750 miles to the east of the southern Lesser Antilles or along 53 West Longitude continues to be monitored for potential tropical development which could occur within the next day or more »

Invest 95-L Located 1000 Miles To The East Of The Southern Lesser Antilles Could Become A Tropical Depression Or A Tropical Storm Before It Reaches The Southern Lesser Antilles Late Tuesday & Everyone In The Eastern Caribbean, Southern Lesser Antilles & Barbados Should Closely Monitor

Invest 95-L Located 1000 Miles To The East Of The Southern Lesser Antilles: A trough of low pressure currently located around 1000 miles to the east of the southern Lesser Antilles or along 45 West Longitude is now being monitored for potential development over the next couple of days. Satellite imagery indicates that Invest 95-L more »

Tropical Development Is Not Expected Through At Least This Weekend & Possibly Into Next Week; An Active August Is Very Possible Across The Atlantic Basin

Even though tropical development looks highly unlikely through at least this weekend and possibly into next week, there are a couple of areas to mention. The first item to mention is the remnants of Tropical Depression #4 which is moving across south Florida and the Florida Straits. 15 knots of northerly wind shear is limiting more »

Remnants Of Tropical Depression #4 Will Enhance Thunderstorm Activity Across Central & South Florida From Wednesday Night Through Thursday, However, Development Chances Are Low

Remnants Of Tropical Depression #4 Located To The North Of Puerto Rico: Satellite imagery this morning indicates that the remnants of Tropical Depression #4 is still producing some shower and thunderstorm activity, however, the convection is less organized and concentrated as compared to yesterday. The remnants of Tropical Depression #4 is moving to the west-northwest more »

Eastern Atlantic Tropical Disturbance Has A Chance To Develop Into A Tropical Depression Or Tropical Storm Later This Week As It Pushes Towards The Lesser Antilles; Remnants Of Tropical Depression #4 Are Being Watched Closely For Possible Redevelopment Near The Bahamas Late This Week Or The Gulf Of Mexico This Weekend

Tropical Disturbance Over The Eastern Atlantic Has A Chance To Develop Into A Tropical Storm Later This Week As It Pushes Towards The Lesser Antilles: A westward moving tropical wave now located over the far eastern Atlantic along 30 West Longitude is being watched for potential tropical development towards later this week as it pushes more »

Tropical Depression #4 Has Dissipated But Will Be Watched For Possible Regeneration Near The Bahamas Late Next Week; Also Closely Watching The Area East Of The Lesser Antilles For More Possible Tropical Development Late Next Week

Remnants Of Tropical Depression #4: As expected, dry air and a ribbon of 25 to 40 knots of westerly wind shear has led to Tropical Depression #4 losing its circulation and this system is now a tropical wave. Satellite imagery this morning indicates that the shower and thunderstorm activity is disorganized and the convective pattern more »

Watching Both Tropical Depression #4 Located East Of The Lesser Antilles & The Possibility For More Tropical Development Next Week East Of The Lesser Antilles

Tropical Depression #4: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 15.0 North Latitude, 48.8 West Longitude or about 835 miles to the east of the Lesser Antilles. Maximum Winds: 30 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1011 Millibars or 29.86 Inches. Forward Movement: West-Northwest at a forward speed of 22 mph. Satellite imagery indicates that Tropical Depression more »

Tropical Depression #4 Has Formed Well East Of The Lesser Antilles

Tropical Depression #4: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 13.2 North Latitude, 40.0 West Longitude or about 1435 miles to the east of the Lesser Antilles. Maximum Winds: 30 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1008 Millibars or 29.77 Inches. Forward Movement: West-Northwest at a forward speed of 17 mph. Invest 94-L acquired enough convection and more »

Invest 94-L Is A Little More Organized & Still Has The Potential To Become A Tropical Depression Over The Next Day Or Two Before Conditions Become Unfavorable By This Weekend

Invest 94-L, which is an area of disturbed weather, is located about 800 miles to the west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands or very near 11 North Latitude, 35 West Longitude. Satellite imagery over the previous several hours indicate that there has been a flareup of thunderstorm activity and it appears that the disturbance has more »

Invest 94-L Has The Potential To Become Tropical Storm Don By Or Before Wednesday

Invest 94-L, which is an area of disturbed weather, is located about 800 miles to the west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands or very near 9.4 North Latitude, 34.2 West Longitude. After increasing in organization yesterday afternoon and last night, recent satellite imagery indicates that the shower and thunderstorm activity around Invest 94-L have changed more »


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