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Last Updated: 08/05/15 07:56:12 EDT
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Hurricane Summary POSTED: August 5, 2015 5:47 a.m. Staying Quiet Across the Atlantic The Atlantic Basin remains relatively quiet with almost no chance for development at least through the weekend. An area of low pressure remains off the coast of North Carolina but is merging with a frontal boundary later today. Thus, we do not expect any tropical development with this feature. Aside from this low center, there are several tropical waves moving across the basin. However, as has been the case much of the season thus far, dry air and wind shear will generally prevent further development of any of these features. In the longer range, some computer forecast models show some support for tropical development off the African coast late next week. However, until we see this play out with more run-to-run consistency over the next few days, we feel the chance for any further tropical development later next week remains low. By AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dan Pydynowski


 
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