"GUIDANCE CONSENSUS SHOWS THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CONVECTIVE LOW IN
THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN SOMETIME DURING THE MEDIUM RANGE
PERIOD...BAROCLINICALLY INITIATED BY AN UPPER TROUGH NEAR FLORIDA.
MID-UPPER LEVEL TROUGHING IS FORECAST TO PERSIST NEAR FLORIDA
THROUGH THE PERIOD...INDICATING WET CONDITIONS FOR SOUTHERN AND
EASTERN PENINSULA THROUGH THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE. IT MY BE A
SIMILAR SITUATION TO THE PATTERN SUFFERED BY THE SUNSHINE STATE
THROUGHOUT THE LATTER TWO-THIRDS OF MAY. FOR NOW...AFTER
COORDINATION WITH TPC...WE HAVE INDICATED A WEAK SURFACE LOW
DRIFTING GENERNALLY N ALONG 83W E OF THE YUCATAN PENINSULA MUCH OF
Possibly the same deal as last month when we had some pretty consistent medium period swell for a week or so??
Take a look at the Swellinfo Caribbean Wave Maps.. Just zoom out to East Coast, then move move to Caribbean...
You will see some development 72+ hours out. This is based on the GFS model. The NHC forecasters aren't mentioning anything yet, so I would give it another 24 hours before thinking too much about this...
Yeah the gfs might be a little hopeful at this point but at least its a start. They have been forecasting the same situation for the past couple storms coming out of the Caribbean so if this storm doesnt produce anything maybe next week. Either way its june 4th already we should see some activity here soon!
CLOUDINESS AND SHOWERS OVER THE SOUTHWESTERN CARIBBEAN ARE
ASSOCIATED WITH A BROAD AREA OF LOW PRESSURE. SIGNIFICANT
DEVELOPMENT IS NOT LIKELY AT THIS TIME. HOWEVER...LOCALLY HEAVY
RAINS ARE EXPECTED TO SPREAD OVER PORTIONS OF CENTRAL AMERICA
DURING THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. THERE IS A LOW CHANCE...LESS THAN
30 PERCENT...OF THIS SYSTEM BECOMING A TROPICAL CYCLONE DURING THE
NEXT 48 HOURS.