Tracking the Tropics: Potential Tropical Cyclone 4 pushes inland


Potential Tropical Cyclone 4 has made its way onto land this evening and did not develop into a tropical storm. The potential cyclone has struggled through the afternoon and evening to come together and now as it interacts with land it is expected to continue to weaken as it moves northwest.

Aside from this system, we are watching that wave that is moving off the coast of western Africa and producing disorganized showers and thunderstorms. The wave has a 0% chance of development in the next 2 days and a 20% chance in the next 5 days.

Conditions do not look very favorable in the short term for this wave due to marginal sea surface temperatures and a heavy swath of dry air to the north. However, if it can emerge around the dry air, it will be an area to monitor closely. We will continue to monitor these areas as we push further into the heat of Hurricane Season.

Are you prepared for hurricane season? Even though this system won’t impact our area, now’s the time of year to get ready should a storm threaten us in the future.  Get caught up on your tropical weather knowledge here


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