Special Tropical Disturbance Issued by Miami Hurricane Centre

Caribbean Weekly have received a request to issue a statement from the Miami Hurricane board. The weather is proving to be a little testing in certain regions of the Caribbean. Be aware of the implications that tropical storms could have on your business.
VISIBLE SATELLITE PICTURES INDICATE THAT THE STRONG TROPICAL WAVE CENTERED ABOUT 600 MILES EAST OF THE WINDWARD INLANDS HAS CONTINUED
TO BECOME BETTER ORGANISED. THIS SYSTEM IS MOVING WESTWARD AT 15 TO 20 MPH. SOME FURTHER DEVELOPMENT IS POSSIBLE EVEN THOUGH ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ARE CURRENTLY ONLY MARGINALLY FAVOURABLE.

THE PRESENCE OF DRY MID-LEVEL AIR JUST WEST OF THE SYSTEM COULD GET DRAWN INTO THE CIRCULATION AND WEAKEN OR DISSIPATE THE THUNDERSTORM
ACTIVITY.
HOWEVER…THERE IS ALSO STRONG SOUTHERLY INFLOW OF MOIST UNSTABLE AIR ON THE EAST SIDE THAT COULD OFFSET THE DRY AIR AND ALLOW THUNDERSTORMS TO REDEVELOP NEAR THE CENTER LATER TONIGHT.
THIS DELICATE BALANCE COULD PERSIST UNTIL THE SYSTEM MOVES ACROSS THE WINDWARD ISLANDS MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY MORNING.

ALL INTERESTS FROM ST. LUCIA SOUTHWARD SHOULD CLOSELY MONITOR ANY STATEMENTS FROM THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER AND YOUR LOCAL WEATHER OFFICE IN THE EVENT A TROPICAL DEPRESSION OR A TROPICAL
STORM FORMS DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS OR SO. AN AIR FORCE RESERVE RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT IS SCHEDULED TO INVESTIGATE THE SYSTEM BY
MONDAY AFTERNOON…IF NECESSARY.

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