Sunday Evening UpdateGaston looks to be tropical depression again
A research aircraft found dry air near Gaston which has been apparently inhibiting its growth. Recent satellite imagery shows that convection is growning near the low center. Enough is present to reclassify Gaston as a tropical depression.
As of 8 pm edt / ast remnants of Gaston were centered near 16.6 N / 52.5 W or about 600 miles east southeast of the Leewards. Top sustained winds are estimated at 30 mph . Movement is west at about 9 mph. Pressure estimated at 1007 mb.
Interests in the Leewards, northern Windwards, and northern Caribbean should follow the progress of Gaston.
Gaston is forecast is be near the Leewards overnight Monday night / Tuesday morning, then move just south of the northern Antilles in to the northern Caribbean.Tropicast: I.R. Floater Satellite