Tropical Outlook PM Jul 27

1. Tropical Storm Dorian Weakened This Afternoon And The National
Hurricane Center Has Issued The Last Advisory.

The Remnants Of Dorian Are Located About 375 Miles East Of The Northern Leeward Islands Moving Westward At 15 To 20 Mph. This Disturbance Is Expected To Pass North Of The Leeward Islands And Puerto Rico In A Day Or Two.

Although Conditions Are Not Favorable For Regeneration...An Air Force Plane Is Schedule To Investigate This Disturbance On Sunday...If Necessary.

This System Has A Low Chance...10 Percent...Of Becoming A Tropical Cyclone During The Next 48 Hours.

2. A Non-Tropical Area Of Low Pressure Located About 200 Miles
Northeast Of The North Carolina Outer Banks Is Rapidly Moving
Toward The Northeast.

Significant Development Of This System Is Unlikely Before It Moves Over Colder Waters Tomorrow.

This System Has A Low Chance...10 Percent...Of Becoming A Tropical Cyclone During The Next 48 Hours.

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

Forecaster Avila


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