TD#4 Drops Out
06:55 AM EDT - 11 August 2000
At 11PM last night Tropical Depression 4 dissipated. That small storm could not hold up any longer to outside influences. From the west and east. To the east is the wave area which still hasn't held together well, but still has a chance to form. Aircraft will be checking it out again today. (They did yesterday as well and didn't find anything then).
The area near the Yucatan looks to be close to a repeat of the last Yucatan storm area a few days ago. Therefore, I don't expect much if anything from it, but it'll still require watching.
Alberto is still there, and the Cape Verde wave remains my favored choice for "next development" after it moves west a little.
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