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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright Â© 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) – The yellow X on the map above early Tuesday morning may be worth seeing – according to National Hurricane Center forecasters.
While it’s too early to know what the wave will do – if anything, it now has a 30 percent chance of developing in 5 days over 48 hours. It could absolutely dissolve and become nothing, but its presence is a reminder that it’s never too early to prepare along the east coast of Florida.
Here’s the early morning view from the National Hurricane Center for the “yellow X” and tropical storm Claudette:
For the North Atlantic … Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico:
The National Hurricane Center has the final notice on the
Remains of Claudette, a few hundred miles to the southeast
from Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
A tropical wave is located approximately 650 miles east-southeast of the
Windward Islands produces disorganized showers and a couple
Thunderstorm. Some additional development of this disorder will be
be possible in the next few days before the upper winds come up
until Thursday less conducive to further organization. The
It is expected that the system with 15 to. moved west to west-northwest
20 km / h.
- Educational opportunity over 48 hours … low … 30 percent.
- Chances of education over 5 days … low … 30 percent.
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