Fore­cast­ers: Hur­ri­cane sea­son not over yet

South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Sunday) - - Obituaries - By Jon O’Neill

Fore­cast­ers at the Na­tional Hur­ri­cane Cen­ter say a trop­i­cal wave lo­cated sev­eral hun­dred miles east of the Lesser An­tilles could de­velop into some­thing stronger by the mid­dle of the week.

Right now, the wave is pro­duc­ing dis­or­ga­nized show­ers and thun­der­storms, and fore­cast­ers say de­vel­op­ment of this sys­tem will be kept at bay dur­ing the next sev­eral days thanks to “un­fa­vor­able en­vi­ron­men­tal con­di­tions.”

How­ever, the fore­cast calls for “some sub­trop­i­cal or trop­i­cal de­vel­op­ment pos­si­ble around the mid­dle of next week when the sys­tem moves near or to the north of the Greater An­tilles.”

On Satur­day, the chance of the wave de­vel­op­ing was es­ti­mated at 30 per­cent.

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