It appears as if there is going to be NO development from the area of cloudiness and thunderstorms north of the Bahamas. Surface pressures remain somewhat high and there is no low-level circulation, either. The Carribbean system probably won't do anything, either. There's hardly any convection down there. And for the few little "popcorn" thunderstorms down there, they aren't concentrated like they should be. I also looked on the NHC site and they took the special disturbance statement off. Any ideas about that?
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