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饾棫饾椏饾椉饾椊饾椂饾棸饾棶饾椆 饾棯饾棽饾棶饾榿饾椀饾棽饾椏 饾棬饾椊饾棻饾棶饾榿饾棽聽

饾棫饾椏饾椉饾椊饾椂饾棸饾棶饾椆 饾棯饾棽饾棶饾榿饾椀饾棽饾椏 饾棬饾椊饾棻饾棶饾榿饾棽聽

August 18, 2023358Views

1. 饾棖饾棽饾椈饾榿饾椏饾棶饾椆 饾棫饾椏饾椉饾椊饾椂饾棸饾棶饾椆 饾棓饾榿饾椆饾棶饾椈饾榿饾椂饾棸 (饾棓饾棢饾煹饾煹): Disorganized showers and thunderstorms persist in association with an elongated trough of low pressure about 1000 miles west-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands. Environmental conditions appear only marginally conducive for further development of this system, but a tropical depression could still form during the next several days while it moves west-northwestward at 10 to 15 mph across the central tropical Atlantic.

* Formation chance through 48 hours…medium…40 percent.

* Formation chance through 7 days…medium…50 percent.

 

2. 饾棙饾棶饾榾饾榿饾棽饾椏饾椈 饾棫饾椏饾椉饾椊饾椂饾棸饾棶饾椆 饾棓饾榿饾椆饾棶饾椈饾榿饾椂饾棸 (饾棓饾棢饾煹饾煷): Showers and thunderstorms have become a little better organized in association with a broad area of low pressure located a few hundred miles west of the Cabo Verde Islands. Over the next few days environmental conditions appears mostly favorable for additional development while it moves toward the west-northwest or northwest at

around 10 mph across the eastern tropical Atlantic, and a tropical

depression is likely to form over the weekend before environmental

conditions become unfavorable for development early next week.

* Formation chance through 48 hours…medium…50 percent.

* Formation chance through 7 days…high…70 percent.

 

3. 饾棙饾棶饾榾饾榿-饾棪饾椉饾槀饾榿饾椀饾棽饾棶饾榾饾榿 饾椉饾棾 饾榿饾椀饾棽 饾棢饾棽饾榾饾榾饾棽饾椏 饾棓饾椈饾榿饾椂饾椆饾椆饾棽饾榾 (饾棗饾椂饾榾饾榿饾槀饾椏饾棷饾棶饾椈饾棸饾棽) :Another area of low pressure could form in a day or so on the tail end of an elongated trough of low pressure, currently located more than 500 miles to the east-southeast of the Lesser Antilles. Some slow development of this system is possible over the weekend into early next week as it moves generally west-northwestward at 10-15 mph across the Lesser Antilles into the northeastern Caribbean Sea.

* Formation chance through 48 hours…low…10 percent.

* Formation chance through 7 days…low…20 percent.

 

Residents should monitor these systems closely and work to complete any seasonal preparations in case this system develops into a threat for the Virgin Islands.

饾棖饾椉饾椈饾榿饾椂饾椈饾槀饾棽 饾榿饾椉 饾棸饾椀饾棽饾棸饾椄 饾榿饾椀饾棽 饾棗饾棗饾棤 饾棶饾椊饾椊 , 饾棛饾棶饾棸饾棽饾棷饾椉饾椉饾椄, 饾棞饾椈饾榾饾榿饾棶饾棿饾椏饾棶饾椇, 饾棫饾槃饾椂饾榿饾榿饾棽饾椏 饾椊饾棶饾棿饾棽饾榾 饾棶饾椈饾棻 饾椉饾槀饾椏 饾槃饾棽饾棷饾榾饾椂饾榿饾棽 饾槃饾槃饾槃.饾棷饾槂饾椂饾棻饾棻饾椇.饾棸饾椉饾椇/ 饾棻饾棶饾椂饾椆饾槅 饾棾饾椉饾椏 饾槀饾椊饾棻饾棶饾榿饾棽饾榾

 

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