Wednesday Morning UpdateTropical disturbance hasn't chaned much
The sharp tropical wave is centered near 13° N / 39° W or about 1400 miles east of the Lesser Antillies this morning. Visible satelite imagery shows that the limited convection if anything has faded. Models develop the feature some, then weaken it before arriving near the Leewards this weekend bringing increased rain chances. We will continue to follow this sharp wave since forecast models are still a little showing some development. However, this will be the last update unless there is actually increased development.
This is no time to panic or cancel travel plans. The "L" on the satellite imagery denotes a spin center and not a formed tropical depression.Tropicast: Western Caribbean I.R. SatelliteOfficial NHC Advisory
none Official NHC Track
none Visible Satellite Imageryhttp://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/catl/loop-vis.htmlI.R. Satellite Imageryhttp://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/catl/loop-avn.html