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Last Updated: 07/04/15 18:27:17 EDT
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Hurricane Summary POSTED: July 4, 2015 12:03 a.m. Atlantic Tropical Development Unlikely for the Next Several Days There are no organized tropical features across the Atlantic Basin at this time. A combination of moderate to strong shear, dry dusty stable air and higher than normal surface pressure covers most of the Basin. These hostile environmental conditions are expected to dominate the Atlantic Basin through the rest of the weekend and probably through next week. We are monitoring several tropical waves most of which are south of 18 north and have no important lower level or upper level features. The tropical waves are mostly embedded within the dry dusty stable air and this is preventing sustained convective clouds. As a result we are not seeing any prolonged thunderstorm or convective shower areas. The lack of the common convective showers continues to plague most Caribbean islands and nations. This has lead to a serious drought over this area a by product of a strengthening El Nino. Based on these observations and recent model output tropical development across the Atlantic Basin is highly unlikely through next week. By AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski

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