There are two waves worth watching in the Atlantic at this time, 99L, which is several hundred miles southeast of the Caribbean, is the better of the two, but still it is likely to take a bit longer if it will develop. What is holding this system back is the upper level winds around it, it looked a bit better earlier this morning than it does now, but it could refire later and become a tropical depression by the end of the weekend or Monday.
The other wave near Puerto Rico and the Virgin islands is very disorganized right now, and it's not so likely that it will develop, but it's worth watching for a little while, anyway.
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