Clarksville, TN 37040
Last Updated: 08/03/15 21:12:01 EDT
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Hurricane Summary POSTED: August 3, 2015 5:58 p.m. Atlantic Basin Devoid of Tropical Activity As of Monday afternoon, EDT, there were no active tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Basin. Chances for tropical development are near zero through Wednesday. An area of low pressure centered just northeast of Jacksonville, Florida has been responsible for causing rain and thunderstorms over parts of central and northern Florida. Due to strong vertical wind shear and interaction with land, tropical development of this system is unlikely in the near term. Conditions in this area will remain mostly hostile to development as this low heads northeastward away from Florida over the next couple of days. Another area of concern might evolve later in the week. A strong tropical wave is forecast to move off the coast of Africa later tomorrow or tomorrow night over an area of relatively low shear and warm water. However, dry stable air is currently in place over this area and this dry stable air will be a deterrent to consistent thunderstorm development. If this tropical wave can develop sustained thunderstorms it could slowly evolve into an organized tropical system late in the week or over the upcoming weekend. However, most computer forecasts show little or no support for development. By AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski

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