Nashville, TN 37202
Last Updated: 07/02/15 03:56:46 EDT
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Hurricane Summary POSTED: July 1, 2015 8:59 p.m. Tropical Atlantic is Quiet Several factors are leading to quiet weather across the tropics. This is not unusual for this time of year, since activity is normal limited in July. The main player in the tropics at the moment is a strong surface high pressure centered over the central Atlantic. This high is stronger than normal. The high is creating strong trade winds across the Atlantic and Caribbean. So, individual tropical waves are moving too fast to develop. There has also been a lot of Saharan dust across the Atlantic basin. Wind shear is rather high across much of the basin as well. Therefore, tropical development for the next several days is expected not expected. By Meteorologist Dave Samuhel

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