Please see the attached Tropical Daily Planner – Atlantic for Tuesday, August 01, 2017.
Tropical Depression Emily became highly disorganized while crossing the Florida peninsula overnight. The center of circulation has made its away into the far western Atlantic. There is at least a low chance of some restrengthening over the next 24-36 hours before Emily is fully absorbed by a much larger, non-tropical trough over open waters.
The remainder of the tropics are quiet. The tropical waves outlined between the central Caribbean and coast of Africa are displaying no signs of development. Conditions out ahead of these waves are not favorable for intensification. Towards the end of the 5 day period, models have hinted at a more organized wave exiting Africa prior to attempting to organize across the eastern Atlantic. However, run to run model consistency has been poor, and the wave in question is at least 24 hours from even sliding off the African coast. Therefore, tropical development in the Atlantic basin is unlikely through the next 5 days.
Please see the attached Active Storm Advisory – Atlantic for Tuesday, August 01, 2017.
The center of Tropical Depression Emily is highly disorganized. The center has made its way out of the Florida peninsula, and into the western Atlantic. Reintensification, if any, will be limited prior to a full transition into a non-tropical low within 36 hours.
Please see the attached Active Storm Advisory – Atlantic for Monday, July 31, 2017.
Tropical Depression Emily is moving slowly towards the east across the Florida peninsula. Strengthening, if any, is unlikely until the center moves well off Florida’s east coast Tuesday into Wednesday. Over the next 24 hours, heavy rains across southern Florida will be the primary hazard.