As of Friday morning, Tropical Wave/Invest 93L was located near 9N, 36W and moving westward near 15 mph. The system continues to feature a well-defined rotation. However, shower and thunderstorm activity remains relatively low. That being said, forecasters continue to think it has a 25 percent chance of becoming a tropical depression or weak tropical storm over the next few days as it tracks westward. It is expected to be near the Lesser Antilles by Monday. Conditions in the Caribbean are not expected to be favorable for further development. Therefore, it is expected to weaken when it reaches the Caribbean.
The Department of Disaster Management will continue to monitor the wave and provide updates when necessary.
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