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  • Writer's pictureBryan Norcross

Mostly quiet, but a non-tropical disturbance off the Southeast to watch

The National Hurricane Center is noting a broad non-tropical disturbance off the Southeast coast and east of Florida. It’s related to a non-tropical low-pressure area aloft in the atmosphere. The NHC is giving it a very low chance of developing into anything tropical before it gets absorbed by a frontal system late in the week.


Upper-level winds are currently hostile to any development. A cold front associated with the remnants of Beryl will push to the Southeast coast about Friday. There might be a brief window of time when the atmosphere is conducive for development just before the disturbance and the front meet. But it would be very brief, and likely nothing will develop.


Otherwise, Saharan dust stretches across the Atlantic, Florida, and the Gulf. There is no sign of any tropical development in the next week or more.



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