Two tropical waves, moving in the direction of the Caribbean, continue to show signs of cyclonic development, as reported by the National Hurricane Center (CNH) in Miami.
The first of them has a 50% chance of becoming a depression or storm in five days and the second has a 60% chance of achieving it.
“This disturbance is expected to move westward at about 20 mph over the next few days, and that high speed limit significant development as the system approaches the Windward Islands and the southern Leeward Islands today, and moves through the eastern and central Caribbean Sea on Tuesday and Wednesday, ”the CNH indicates on the wave that it is closer to the arc of the Lesser Antilles.
“However, the system is expected to move more slowly westward across the western Caribbean Sea, where upper-level winds may be more conducive to the development of a tropical depression later this week. Regardless of development, locally strong rain and gusty winds are expected over sectors of the Windward Islands and the southern Leeward Islands beginning today through Tuesday morning, ”he adds.
The second disturbance could be close to Puerto Rico by the end of this week or for the weekend.
“Another tropical wave located over the far eastern tropical Atlantic south-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands is producing a wide area of cloudiness and disorganized downpours. This wave is forecast to move to the west-northwest at 15-20 mph over the next few days, and environmental conditions are expected to become more conducive to the development of a tropical depression by mid-to-late this week as the system cools. move over sectors of the center and west of the tropical Atlantic ”, reads the 8:00 am bulletin