ORLANDO, Fla. — Subtropical Depression 4 developed Monday afternoon over the northern Atlantic. Located about 310 miles southeast of Nantucket, the system is expected to intensify as it moves away from land.
Central Florida’s Forecast: Isolated late storms for parts of Central Florida; Saharan Dust arrives later this week
THE REST OF THE ATLANTIC BASIN
Tropical development is not expected for the rest of the week across the entire Atlantic Basin. There is a massive area under Saharan Dust that will limit tropical formation, while it is present. The Saharan Dust extends all through the Caribbean and it is forecast to move over the Gulf of Mexico starting on Wednesday morning.
Entérese del pronóstico del tiempo, en español, por nuestra meteoróloga Irene Sans
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