The first of several tropical waves along a wave train in western Africa has just stepped into the far eastern Atlantic, well southeast of the Cabo Verde islands. This wave appears a little better organized today, and definitely more convectively active.
Slow development over the next several days is possible as this wave tracks towards the west, and NHC odds of it becoming a depression or named storm are at 20% within 5 days. Later next week model support for this feature becomes quite strong when it could be near or in the Caribbean and in a region that looks likely to become favorable to very favorable for development around that time.
We will probably see this feature given an Invest tag by Monday and will update the title as appropriate.
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