NHC-monitored area in the tropical Atlantic

After a month of a frenzied first half of November 2020, With hurricanes Eta and Iota hitting Central America, November relaxes in the formation of named tropical storms.

A wide low-pressure trough located near and north of the Turks and Caicos Islands continues to produce disorganized rains and thunderstorms. An area of ​​low pressure could form within the next couple of days as the trough moves north, and there is a small chance could briefly acquire subtropical features earlier this week before merging with a cold front. By the end of the following week, this system may have a second chance to develop subtropical features if it breaks away from the front and snakes over the central Atlantic.

* Probability of formation in 48 hours … low … 10 percent.
* Probability of formation in 5 days … low … 10 percent.

The subtropical system has a low probability of forming, but if it did it would be Kappa named tropical storm 31. I would do it over open water.

November is the last official month of the 2020 hurricane season in the Atlantic but the formation of tropical storms could last in December, in this “crazy” 2020.


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