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Not much weather wise to blog about today, everything looking pretty good. A little to warm for my taste, but living in Georgia, this can be expected this time of year. Look for the summer pattern to remain for the rest of the week and through the weekend.
Got plans to head down to the Caribbean in the coming days. Take a look at the latest outlook.
There are two areas the National Hurricane Center will be monitoring.
The first area is in the northern Atlantic:
Showers and thunderstorms associated with a non-tropical low located about 550 miles Northeast of Bermuda have decreased this evening. The changes for development of this system are decreasing as the low is forecast to encounter cooler waters and a more stable Atmosphere within a day or so.
This system has a medium chance (50% Chance) of becoming a tropical or subtropical cylone during the next 48 hours as it moves east-northeast at 10 to 15mph.
The second area:
A Large area of cloudiness….showers…..and a few thunderstorms over the northwestern Caribbean sea stretching into the southwestern Atlantic ocean is associated with a surface through. Although upper –Levl conditions are not expected to be particularly conducive for development of this system….Areas of heavy rainfall are likely during the next couple of days.