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Monday evening Tropics check (07/01/2013)

Western Caribbean disturbance satellite image (11/05/2015)
Posted at 3:42 PM, Jul 01, 2013
and last updated 2014-05-02 08:28:09-04

Our regional rain event will be driven by a source of tropical moisture, propelled into the Big Bend and southern Georgia by a broad low-pressure system aloft over the Tennesee Valley, a secondary upper low in the central Gulf, and a long flow of southerly winds into the region.  The Gulf disturbance is not expected to become a bonafide tropical system, but periods of heavy rain are anticipated around midweek for north Florida and south Georgia.

A stretch of disturbed weather approaching the southern extent of the Lesser Antilles shows no immediate signs of development.  There are also no other areas of near-term concern in the tropical Atlantic basin.