Just when we thought the tropical weather scene might be shutting down, there are renewed hints that there could still be a system or two brewing. The alarm bells aren’t sounding, though, as these are simply a couple of areas of still disorganized cloudiness. The Tropical Prediction Center is watching one in particular, far out in the Eastern Atlantic, for signs of development. Even if it does morph into a tropical depression, steering currents aloft, combined with cooler sea surface temperatures should keep potential threats to a minimum. Nevertheless, it’s still a sign that the season can keep rolling through mid-autumn.
Posted by Jim Duncan