No Tropical Development Is Expected Across The Atlantic, Caribbean Or Gulf Of Mexico For At Least The Next 7 Days
Fortunately, things have quieted right now across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico with no areas of immediate concern.
An area of low pressure may form over the western Caribbean this weekend and then head westward into Central America early next week. At this point, it appears that tropical development now looks unlikely due to land interaction and up to 30 knots of northeasterly wind shear.
Other than that, tropical development is not expected across the Atlantic, Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico for at least the next week, if not longer. There are signals in the data that hint towards some sort of western or southwestern Caribbean tropical development at the very end of this month. It's not a strong signal, but there are subtle signs that this area may need to be watched around the end of this month.