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Tuesday evening Tropics check (10/23/2018)

Atlantic satellite image (4pm 10/23/2018)
Posted at 4:00 PM, Oct 23, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-23 12:06:30-04

MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- In the tropical Atlantic basin, there are waves of moisture, some of which generated by the upper-level wind pattern. One of these, a few hundred miles southeast of Bermuda, has low-end chances to develop into a subtropical low through the end of this week. The system is relatively weak, and not expected to have a huge impact on the local or regional weather pattern.

Outside of the Atlantic basin, Hurricane Willa is set to clash with the western mainland coast of Mexico late Tuesday as a major hurricane. Its remnant moisture will travel across northern Mexico and the Rio Grande Valley, then will combine with swift upper-level winds across the northern Gulf region to spread clouds and rain chances across the northern Gulf and some coastal locations Thursday and Friday as a non-tropical disturbance.