Nothing to be concerned about, but I may have jumped the gun with the tropics being quiet. Models have either gone bonkers again or some more development could occur off the East coast, between Bermuda and the U.S. coast and also over the north central Atlantic. This frontal system has very strong lows with low barometric pressures moving over the Atlantic waters and a strong high will build over this area. This could make conditions favorable for some development as this low move into the area and the frontal boundary moves away. So I have posted the monitoring closely icons and the 10% LOW probability that NHC has posted for the N.Central Atlantic. Not a Threat to the U.S. but could be for Bermuda and Nova Scotia...RTW!
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