The month of July is over, a record month, the first July ever to produce 7 named storms. And most of the entire month we were tracking a system or two in the Atlantic or Gulf.
With some luck we'll remain relatively quiet for August. But right now we still have a few waves out to watch.
The first, is the wave around the Bahamas, which is also known as 92L. This wave has been struggling for days to get organized now, and just hasn't. Conditions still aren't all that favorable for development, but it still could form later.
The chance for development graph for this system 92L: Code:
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