Tropical Outlook PM Jul 28

A Trough Of Low Pressure...Associated With The Remnants Of Dorian... Is Producing A Small But Concentrated Area Of Showers And
Thunderstorms...As Well As Gale-Force Winds...A Few Hundred Miles
North-Northeast Of The Leeward Islands.

Although There Are Currently No Indications Of A Closed Low-Level Circulation And A Well-Defined Center...Only A Small Increase In Organized Thunderstorm Activity Could Lead To The Reformation Of A Tropical Cyclone.

Conditions Are Marginally Conducive For Regeneration...And This System Has A Medium Chance...50 Percent... Of Becoming A Tropical Cyclone During The Next 48 Hours As It Moves Westward To West-Northwestward At 15 To 20 Mph.

This Disturbance Is Expected To Pass Well To The North Of The Leeward Islands And Puerto Rico Tonight And Monday...And Move Over The Turks And Caicos Islands And The Southeastern Bahamas On Tuesday.

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

Forecaster Stewart


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