Wednesday, July 23 11:45am There is One area of interest in the Atlantic Basin.
Two (Remnants of) A remnant low pressure area is about 365 miles ESE of the Lesser Antilles and centered at 14.0N & 56.0W with Max sustained winds of 35mph and a Min central pressure of 1012mb (29.88'"). This system is moving West (275) at about 25mph.
Satellite imagery shows a large area of scattered deep convection that is associated with the remnants of Tropical Depression Two. These scattered showers and thunderstorms only contain a weak circulation that is barely noticeable via satellite imagery. This weak swirl doesn't really have any significant thunderstorm activity associated with it and the NHC (National Hurricane Center) has stopped issuing advisories on this system. These remnants of T.D. Two will move through the Lesser Antilles this evening with some areas of Gusty winds and scattered Shower & Thunderstorm activity.
This system is causing some high seas as well as strong winds. Nevertheless, model data shows the possibility of these remnants moving into the Caribbean tomorrow, after moving through an area that is rich in shear aloft. The increased shear & dry air aloft will continue to break this system apart and even give the former T.D. a vertical tilt in some aspects. This combination will make it harder to re-organize on the other side of the islands. Either way, we will continue to watch it!
Elsewhere, tropical development is not expected during the next 5 days.