Please see the attached Tropical Daily Planner – Atlantic for Thursday, July 13, 2017.
The remnants of Tropical Depression Four have become increasingly difficult to discern using satellite imagery. A strong, unfavourable upper low positioned south of Bermuda has forced copious amounts of mid-level dry air and wind shear into the Bahamas. It is highly unlikely that this open wave axis will be able to organize given the conditions in its path, thus it is no longer being featured. The wave axis may enhance daily storms across south Florida over the next couple days before it heads into the Gulf of Mexico. Upper level conditions are not expected to be conducive for development in this region either. Elsewhere, a series of weak waves are traversing the Atlantic between the Cape Verde Islands and Lesser Antilles. None of these waves have shown any signs of organization, and development over the next five days appears unlikely.
Please see the attached Tropical Daily Planner – Atlantic for Wednesday, July 12, 2017.
The remnants of Tropical Depression Four will continue to be monitored over the next few days as they move through the Bahamas and across Florida. Redevelopment is not expected but some heavy showers and thunderstorm may occur along the path. Outside of these remnants, there are no other significant features in the Atlantic Basin.