LOCATION: 16.0 degrees north, 62.0 degrees west
DISTANCE: ABOUT 220 MILES SOUTH EAST OF THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
MOVEMENT: WEST NEAR 12 MPH
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS: 30 MPH
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE: 1010 MB
The National Hurricane Centre has downgraded Tropical Storm Danny to a low pressure system.
At 11:00 a.m., the centre of what was Tropical Storm Danny was located near latitude 16.0 degrees north, longitude 62.0 degrees west or about 220 miles east-southeast of the British Virgin Islands. The low pressure system is moving toward the west near 12 miles per hour (mph).
Maximum sustained winds are near 30 mph with higher gusts. The trough is expected to dissipate in a few days.
The estimated minimum central pressure is 1010 mb.
This will be the final advisory issued for Danny. Attention now turns to Disturbance 1 or Invest 98L which is developing. An update for this will be issued shortly.
However, the public is advised that the remnants of Danny is expected to cause some unsettled weather across the area, mainly today, with possible rainfall of up to an inch over the next 24 hours.
The weather today is cloudy with a 60 percent (or high) chance of showers and a 20 percent (or slight) chance of thunderstorm, mainly after midday.
The weather tonight is expected to be partly cloudy with a 40 percent (or moderate) chance of showers.
Winds will be east-southeasterly at 11 to 17 knots with higher gusts in showers.
Seas will be moderate to locally rough with wave heights near seven feet. Warnings are in effect for small craft operators and se-bathers.
The atmospheric pressure is below normal.
Sunset today will be at 6:39 pm.
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