Feature 34L has been added and is currently characterized as an elongated area of low pressure over the central/southern Caribbean Sea. This weak low pressure formed along the tail end of a frontal boundary that is nearly stationary across the region. Associated thunderstorms activity is very disorganized and is mostly confined to the eastern portion of the low. This is due to increasing wind shear from the west that will continue to spread over the region, effectively preventing tropical cyclone development. There is a low chance at best the disturbance will organize into a tropical cyclone over the next few days.
Hostile conditions are spread across the remaining portions of the basin, with no tropical cyclone development expected over the next five days.