Hurricane forecasters track 2 disturbances in the Atlantic

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is tracking two disturbances in the Atlantic.

They said the first disturbance, located about 100 miles east-southeast of Barbados, is made up of disorganized showers and thunderstorm activity. It is apparently decreasing into a small area of low pressure and upper-level winds are likely to prevent further development. 

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Nonetheless, it is said to be moving west-northwest at 10 mph. It has just a 10 percent chance of formation over the next two to five days.

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Meanwhile, the NHC said that a small tropical wave has emerged just off the coast of Africa. 

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"Although ocean temperatures are still relatively cool over the tropical Atlantic Ocean and are only marginally conducive for development, a small tropical depression could form by early next week," NHC forecasters said.

The tropical wave is moving westward to west-northwestward at about 15 mph. It has a 20 percent chance of formation over the next two days and a 40 percent chance of formation over the next five days. If it becomes a named storm, it will be called ‘Danny.’

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