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THE DAILY CYCLONE NEWS
An Atlantic Ocean tropical wave (97-L) is along 50W/51W from 17N southward. Convective precipitation: scattered strong from 13N to 16N between 46W and 52W. Environmental conditions remain conducive for development. It is possible that a tropical depression may develop during the next day or two. This system is moving westward to west-northwestward about 20 mph. Please monitor the progress of this weather system if you have any interests that are in the eastern and central Caribbean Sea, including the northern coast of South America. Heavy rains and strong gusty winds, possibly to tropical storm force, are expected to spread across the Windward Islands and sections of the southern Lesser Antilles beginning late Tuesday or Wednesday. An Air Force Hurricane Hunter aircraft is scheduled to investigate this disturbance on Tuesday afternoon. The chance of formation during the next 48 hours is high.
Tropical Storm Roslyn (18-E) located near 18.3N, 117.3W, with maximum sustained winds of 40 kt, and a minimal central pressure at 1003 mbar. Roslyn is likely to weaken due to an unfavourable environment from this point on.
Tropical Storm Ulika (19-E) located near 12.4N, 140.0W, with maximum sustained winds of 45 kt. Minimal central pressure is estimated to be near 999 mbar.
Typhoon Megi (20W) located near 25.1N, 118.4E. Maximum sustained winds are estimated near 65 kt, with a central pressure of 957 mbar. A typhoon warning is also in effect for Taiwan, with the typhoon expected to make landfall at category 1/2 intensity in China in the next 36 hours. Typhoon watch in effect for this area as a result.
A Caribbean Sea tropical wave is to the south of 19N, passing through the Mona Passage to 15N69W, and to 10N69W in NW Venezuela. Convective precipitation: isolated moderate from 15N to 20N between 66W and 70W. An upper level trough extends from an Atlantic Ocean 25N69W cyclonic circulation center, to Puerto Rico, into the Caribbean Sea, and toward Lake Maracaibo in NW Venezuela. Convective precipitation: isolated moderate from 20N southward between 60W and 70W.
No active tropical waves in the EPAC basin.
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