Tropical depression number 2 is struggling to hold together as it moves to the west. The depression still has 35mph winds and is moving toward the west at 18mph. It is encountering wind shear and dry air as it moves to the west. It will weaken as it gets closer to the Lesser Antilles. Right now, the storm is about 800 miles away from the islands.
It is not forecast to become a tropical storm, but if it does happen to get up to tropical storm strength, its name would be Bertha.
INTERACTIVE MAP: Track the tropical system