Tropical Outlook Sep 23 Late Morning

Tropical Weather Outlook
Nws Tpc/National Hurricane Center Miami Fl
800 Am Edt Thu Sep 23 2010

For The North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea And The Gulf Of Mexico...

The National Hurricane Center Is Issuing Advisories On Recently
Downgraded Tropical Depression Lisa...Located About 350 Miles
West-Northwest Of The Cape Verde Islands.

1. Thunderstorm Activity Has Continued To Increase And Become Better
Organized This Morning In Association With A Vigorous Low Pressure
System Located Over The South-Central Caribbean Sea. Environmental
Conditions Are Gradually Becoming More Favorable For Development...
And This Disturbance Could Become A Tropical Depression Later Today As It Moves Westward At Around 15 Mph. An Air Force Reserve
Reconnaissance Unit Aircraft Is Scheduled To Investigate The System
Later This Morning. There Is A High Chance...80 Percent...Of This
System Becoming A Tropical Cyclone During The Next 48 Hours.
Regardless Of Development...This Disturbance Has The Potential To
Produce Heavy Rainfall Over Portions Of Central America In A Couple
Of Days.

2. The Remnant Circulation Of Former Tropical Depression Julia Is
Located About 750 Miles Southwest Of The Azores Islands. Although
Shower Activity Has Redeveloped Near The Center Of This
Disturbance...Environmental Conditions Are Only Marginally
Conducive For Any Additional Organization To Occur. There Is A Low
Chance...10 Percent...Of This System Becoming A Tropical Cyclone
During The Next 48 Hours As It Moves Southwestward At 10 To 15 Mph.

Elsewhere...Tropical Cyclone Formation Is Not Expected During The
Next 48 Hours.

Forecaster Stewart

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