Tropical Depression Three Forms in the Bahamas

   Posted by Levi at 4:56pm on July 22, 2019

A tropical wave moving through the northern Bahamas has acquired a closed circulation, and is now a tropical depression. The system will turn northward near the southeast Florida coastline Monday night and Tuesday, but is not expected to strengthen significantly due to a combination of dry air and an approaching cold front from the northwest. The only impact is expected to be enhanced rainfall and gusty winds along eastern Florida and the northern Bahamas tonight and tomorrow. The system is expected to disintegrate and get absorbed by the cold front off the southeast U.S. coast by Wednesday.


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  • Anonymous says:

    Darn, it formed very quickly

  • Dave says:

    Yesterday this thing was down to only a 10% chance of development and they said it would be gone today. NHC still isn’t good at forecasting intensity, though their forecast tracking has definitely improved over the last 10 years or do.

  • Anonymous says:

    If I see another 1. I am likely too just disrespect you guys that disrespect me. So I recommend you stop. =|

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