Tropical Outlook


The National Hurricane Center is not impressed with one of the spots in the Caribbean, but the other one could be interesting to watch in the next couple of days.

The first tropical wave is over an area in the southeastern Caribbean Sea. The wave is a patch of disorganized showers and storms and is moving west around 15-20 mph. It is unlikely that this will become anything severe because the atmospheric conditions that the wave is heading into are not favorable.

The second area of showers and thunderstorms is located over the eastern Atlantic Ocean about 700 miles southwest of the Cape Verde Islands. These storms are being watched because there is another tropical wave moving off the coast of Africa that is more organized. The NHC thinks that these two systems could interact in the next couple of days. The atmospheric conditions are not that impressive but if they form into one wave, it could be worth watching.


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This post was written by qni_it on July 30, 2010

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