Tropical disturbance 91L flares up, moves toward Caribbean

ORLANDO, Fla. — Tropical disturbance 91L continues to show a flare-up of clouds as it moves west toward the far SE Caribbean, Channel 9 certified chief meteorologist Tom Terry said.


Models continue keeping a strong high-pressure area moving in over the southern United States, keeping the system way south.

Terry will keep an eye on the system as it approaches Central America.

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TD91L is one of two systems Channel 9 meteorologists are tracking, but Terry said neither are moving toward Central Florida.

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However, as of Tuesday evening, wind shear may keep TD12 from becoming Julia. The weak storm in the eastern Atlantic won’t be around by the end of the week.

The next storm names are: Julia and Karl.

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