It's the twentieth day of the 2013 hurricane season in the Atlantic Basin.
Barry has been downgraded to a tropical depression. Barry is located about 100 miles WNW of Veracruz, Mexico and continued moving slowly westward at 7 mph. Maximum sustained winds are down to 35 mph. Barry will continue moving slowly westward and will dump heavy rain on the areas it crosses. Rainfall amounts up to ten inches are possible over portions of southern Mexico and may cause flash flooding and mud slides.
Elsewhere, tropical cyclone formation is not expected through Saturday. In fact, none of our reliable global forecast models predict a named storm through the weekend.