There is One area of interest in the Atlantic Basin.
T.S.Lorenzois about 940miEastof Bermuda and is centered at 29.6N& 49.2W with Max sustained winds of 50mph and a Min central Pressure of 1003mb (29.62"). This system is moving East(085) at 8 mph.
Lorenzo is remains somewhat disorganized with some NW shear separating some of the mid and low level clouds. Despite this shear, there is some deep convection that is continuing within the storm.
T.S. Force winds are not extending very far out from the LLC (Low Level Circulation)on the eastern side.
Models are suggesting that T.S. Shear will increase during the next couple of days before decreasing.
By that point, Lorenzo will be moving over much cooler waters.
So, a steady weakening trend is expected. Lorenzo should degenerate into a remnant low by 48 hours or sooner.
Elsewhere, tropical development is not expected during the next 48 hours.
There is an area in the South-Central Caribbean Sea that we will be monitoring for Tropical Development.
Meteorologist Dorrell Wenninger