Saying goodbye to Tropical Cyclone Danny can cause disturbances as you approach the Caribbean


Forecasters are monitoring the Mid-Atlantic disturbances that may see “slow development” later this week as they move to the Caribbean.

According to the National Hurricane Center’s 2:00 am recommendation, the tropical waves were about 900 miles east of the Lesser Antilles early Tuesday and were associated with chaotic showers and thunderstorms in the region.

According to the Hurricane Center, the system will move rapidly from west to west-northwest at 15-20 mph and may reach the Lesser Antilles by Wednesday night.

Forecasters are monitoring the Mid-Atlantic disturbances and may be

Forecasters are monitoring the Mid-Atlantic disturbances that may see “slow development” later this week as they move to the Caribbean.

It will form with a 30% chance in the next 48 hours and a 40% chance in the next 5 days. Heading west-northwest, you may reach Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and Cuba. It’s too early to decide whether to head to Florida.

How about Tropical Cyclone DannyThe fourth named storm of the season, formed on Monday before landing in South Carolina. It was a short-lived storm that dissipated over Georgia early Tuesday.

The next name on the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season List is Elsa.

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