Tropical Update – October 11, 2020

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A few waves we’re watching to start this week
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With Delta pretty much gone after making landfall across the southern U.S. last week, we’re not seeing any active tropical systems in progress. That being said, we’re watching two waves as we begin a new week. In the Atlantic, we have a wave east of the Windward Islands with disorganized rain and t-storms. While slow development is possible over the next few days, strong upper-level winds by the middle of the week will bring any development chances down to zero by the middle of the week. We’re giving this wave a 20% chance to develop into a depression over the next 5 days. In the Eastern Pacific, showers & t-storms from the remnants of Norbert have shown some reorganization southwest of the southwestern Mexican coast. With upper-level winds becoming more conducive for development as this wave continues to move to the west-northwest, this wave has a 70% chance of developing into a depression within the next 5 days.





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