East of the Bahama islands, there is an area of storms... a trough of low pressure. on the surface. Right now upper level winds are keeping any potential development down, but the area looks like it could calm a bit.
There is a chance for development and it could become a depression before Friday.
If it did, and this is important, chances are that it would veer eventually to the northwest and then north and miss the coast of the United States completely. However, as always, this should be watched to see if it continues to show signs of wanting to become a tropical depression.
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