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Last Updated: 08/01/15 09:42:07 EDT
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Hurricane Summary POSTED: August 1, 2015 8:02 a.m. Tropical Development Still Looking Unlikely Across Atlantic We have no organized tropical features across the Atlantic Basin at this time. A weak low pressure center that is currently a few hundred miles to the west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands continues to move westward. Satellite imagery shows this area of disturbed weather has become less organized and is moving through an area of dry, stable air. This dry, stable air is preventing consistent thunderstorm development. Despite being over a low shear environment and reasonably warm sea-surface temperatures the dry, stable air is preventing further development. As the system moves farther west it will encounter deeper dry and stable air. As a result we are not expecting this feature to develop any further and more than likely this system will blend in with the parent weak tropical wave this weekend. The rest of the Atlantic Basin including the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean will remain fairly quiet through the weekend and through at least the first half of next week. By AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski Updated By AccuWeather Meteorologist Evan Duffey


 
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