Invest 96L is now unlikely to see enough consolidation to become a significant tropical cyclone over the next couple of days. The environment continues to be hostile to development with very cool sea surface temperatures around 20 Celsius and moderate wind shear. The system is expected to enter an area of weak steering and should begin moving more southward after the next 12 hours or so.
Elsewhere, a lingering area of low pressure along the tail end of a cold front in the Caribbean continues to produce disturbed weather. Models do not currently anticipate cyclonic development as wind shear should begin to re-strengthen over the next few days, but the basin will be monitored closely for any signs of development.