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Broad low pressure developing NE of the Bahamas this week
      #99320 - Sun Jul 01 2018 09:34 AM

Sunday morning 7/1 Atlantic Tropical Weather Discussion:

Surface high pressure located NW of the Azores is in control of much of the Atlantic, with a ridge extending SW across the west-central Atlantic. Moderate to fresh winds are around the southern periphery of the ridge W of 50W to the Lesser Antilles. The ridge will weaken through Tue in response to the development of broad low pressure system NE of the Bahamas. A surface trough has developed over this region NE of the Bahamas and extends from 32N62W to 26N65W. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are along and within 300 nm NE of the trough axis. This trough will move westward across the NW Bahamas Tue, and inland Florida Wed. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected with the trough. GOES-16 RGB Geocolor shows an extensive area of African dust that extends from the west coast of Africa to the eastern Caribbean this morning.

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