National Hurricane Center reports area of ​​low pressure in the Atlantic with showers and thunderstorms

National Hurricane Center reports area of ​​low pressure in the Atlantic with showers and thunderstorms

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) monitors a area of ​​low pressure located about 900 miles northwest of the Cape Verde Islands that is producing “a small, but persistent area of ​​showers and thunderstorms” from which no marked development is expected in the coming days.

According to a special bulletin issued by NHC, this area of ​​low pressure has maintained precipitation eastward since Wednesday morning and is expected to move southwestward at a speed of 10 to 15 miles per hour.

It is important to emphasize that although this phenomenon would be moving to an area of ​​more powerful high-level winds on Wednesday night and during the day on Thursday, “additional development is not expected.”

In fact, the NHC classified this low pressure area as a disturbance and not as an “investigation,” which means that it is a phenomenon under investigation by that entity. The “invests” are monitored by the Center for their possibility of cyclonic development or the meteorological effects that they could leave in the places they affect.

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