It has not left Africa yet and the National Hurricane Center (CNH) in Miami is warning that a tropical wave over the African continent has a high potential for cyclonic development once it reaches the Atlantic at the end of this week.
According to the perspective of the tropics of the CNH at 8:00 in the morning, the riot has a 70 percent chance of development in five days.
“A tropical wave is forecast to roll off the west coast of Africa on Thursday. Gradual development is anticipated as the system moves over water and a tropical depression could form late this week or over the weekend as the system moves generally westward across the eastern tropical Atlantic, ”CNH reported.
There are currently two tropical storms in the Atlantic. The first is Paulette which has 50 mph winds and the second is Rene with 40 mph winds. Both move in a west-northwest direction over the open sea, so they are not expected to affect any country in the next five days.
September is the busiest month of the hurricane season.