Tropcal Storm Fabian has formed, and is chugging westward across the Atlantic as I write this. Forecasts put it north of the Caribbean islands by Tuesday, still moving generally westward. At that point all eyes will be on it to see if it becomes a fish spinner, or makes its way further west toward the southeast.
This means we'll have another cape verde storm to track across. Although the islands themselves won't have to worry too much, the Bahamas and the US will need to keep watch next week. We're watching it.
Persistence is the key, especially on the forecast models. This one is worth watching.
Another wave in the Northwest Caribbean also bears watching.
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