Tropical wave in the Atlantic is now being given a 60% chance of tropical cyclone formation

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In less than 24 hours, the Atlantic basin has gone from nothing but a couple of tropical waves to a system that may become a tropical depression by early next week.

And chances continue to improve for the system to strengthen.

Invest 94L, which is a tropical wave right now, is showing greater potential for development as it makes its way across the Atlantic, according to the latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center.

The system is still a long way from the United States and faces several problems, including dry air and dust. It’s also so far south it may run into South America.


However, it could find a more moist atmosphere with less dust and wind shear around the Caribbean, according to AccuWeather.

In less than 24 hours, the Atlantic basin has gone from nothing but a couple of tropical waves to a system that may become a tropical depression by early next week.

And chances continue to improve for the system to strengthen.

Invest 94L, which is a tropical wave right now, is showing greater potential for development as it makes its way across the Atlantic, according to the latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center.

The system is still a long way from the American Continent and faces several problems, including dry air and dust. It’s also so far south it may run into South America.

However, it could find a more moist atmosphere with less dust and wind shear around the Caribbean, according to AccuWeather.

Even if conditions become more favorable for development, there is no guarantee a depression or tropical system will take shape, although the Hurricane Center currently is projecting a 60% chance for development over the next five days.

There have been no named storms in the Atlantic since Alex dissipated on June 6. The next storm will be Bonnie.

Source: AccuWeather

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