This is where the next one comes.
A tropical wave, which is found over the African continent, will move to the Atlantic sometime tomorrow Thursday.
When you do, you will find that the atmospheric conditions in that area are favorable for there to be some type of cyclonic development, so the National Hurricane Center (CNH) gives a high probability of development to this system.
“Gradual development is anticipated as the system moves over water and a tropical depression is likely to form late this week or over the weekend as the system moves generally westward across the eastern tropical Atlantic,” detailed the CNH in the bulletin of the perspectives of the tropics at 8:00 in the morning.
The trajectory of this system is still imprecise and until it becomes an organized system, the CNH will not chart the route it could take.
If this wave manages to become a tropical depression, it would be number 19 of the 2020 hurricane season. If it reached the storm category, it would be named after Sally.
Currently in the Atlantic, the CNH monitors tropical storms Paulette and René.