July 23, 20131194Views


Disturbance 24 (Invest 98L) is located in the eastern
Atlantic near 12.3N/23W and is moving WNW near 15 to 20 mph. The disturbance
has become a little better organized overnight and has a chance to become a
depression over the day or so.  However, environmental conditions will
become less favorable in a couple of days, and the system will likely
weaken.  Development chances have increased to about 40 percent over the
next 24 hours. Presently the system is not a threat to the Virgin Islands, however
the Department of Disaster Management will continue to monitor the system as it
progresses.  Please visit the DDM’s
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