- Oct 17, 2015
We enjoyed some refreshing rains, albeit short-lived in Cab last night. We need moreThe Disturbed weather area is located SW of the Cabo Verde Islands and moving quickly Westward,
catching up with an other Disturbed weather area located located out on it's SW, that is moving slower.
So most likely none will be able to develop that close to each other.
After the weekend they should be both around the half way point of our Tropical Highway,
so it is very likely that they merge into one disturbed weather area and as such the probabilities are very high to form a storm.
Conditions are not perfect for fast intensification at this moment, but good enough to allow development and let a storm grow.
We have to see how conditions for development change up or down and ho the steering currents drift.
At this moment the steering currents are strong and point straight West-WNW towards the Caribbean,
but such can change a dozen times until a storm really formed, then the outlook get's clearer/more precise.
A TD could be up already this weekend, but more likely after the weekend on later Monday ahead.
We shall see soon.