The tropical Atlantic Basin will remain devoid of any organized tropical activity through at least this Wednesday.
Despite several vigorous tropical waves emerging off the African coast, the main development region has a severely hostile environment inhibiting these waves from further developing. A significant plume of Saharan dust currently resides over a large portion of the basin, as well as very strong vertical wind shear that is also preventing organization.
By AccuWeather Meteorologist Evan Duffey
000 ABNT20 KNHC 221122 TWOAT Tropical Weather Outlook NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL 800 AM EDT Sun Jul 22 2018 For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico: Tropical cyclone formation is not expected for the next five days. $$ Forecaster Beven
Following a push of dry air during the middle part of this week, a humid and rather wet weather pattern is forecast to evolve over the eastern third of the nation during the latter part of July.
Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in September 2017. FEMA recently released a report saying that the agency was underprepared for the storm.
While the weather at the Atlantic coast beaches will be mainly free of rain into this weekend, surf and coastal waters will pose hazards due to Chris initially and perhaps Beryl later.
Heavy rain and gusty winds from Chris will blast part of Newfoundland after brushing Nova Scotia on Thursday.
While Beryl poses no threat from wind in the short-term, it has the potential to spread enough rain to cause flash flooding and mudslides to Hispaniola into midweek.
Despite weakening to a disorganized tropical rainstorm, Beryl can still spread drenching and gusty rain bands across the Caribbean early this week.
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