As invest 94L inches closes to the Caribbean the threat to islands gets higher. This disturbance is just over a 1000 miles SE of Road Town. Heavy rainfall and flash flooding could potentially affect the Leeward Islands starting Friday and to a lesser extent the BVI going to Saturday.
There is still a bit of uncertainty and with that, we cannot be too comfortable as this disturbance will be a developing system a possible tropical storm as it tracks in our area.
With that being said areas that are vulnerable to flooding should ensure that the preparations are in place should there be any shift in the system. Islands that are to the north like Anegada may get a little more rainfall than other islands based on the current movement.
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