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90L's remnants are now inland, nothing developed. A generally quiet Atlantic is likely until later in August.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 277 (Zeta) , Major: 339 (Laura) Florida - Any: 1026 (Michael) Major: 1026 (Michael)
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Enter August

Posted: 08:22 AM 01 August 2021 | | Add Comment

With July over, only Elsa at the beginning, and not much toward the rest of the month (Which is typical for July), we now move into August. In the Atlantic things remain slow, however signals of things beginning to happen by mid month start to show up, and that is the case here as well.

Long range models (particularly ensembles) are good at pointing toward possible areas for development, but are not so great at track or intensity. In this case, the main development region may see something in about 2 weeks. It's possible something develops elsewhere, too, but in the next 5 days or so, that seems unlikely. Starting next weekend, though, there may be a bit more to track.

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