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FXCA20 KWBC 241749
PMDCA

TROPICAL DISCUSSION - INTERNATIONAL DESKS
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
148 PM EDT FRI OCT 24 2014


DISCUSSION FROM OCTOBER 24/00UTC: LARGE UPPER TROUGH IS EXITING
THE EASTERN COAST OF THE UNITED STATES WHILE PRESSING INTO A RIDGE
TO THE SOUTH THAT CENTERS OVER THE HAITIAN PENINSULA. THIS IS
LEADING TO A BROAD AREA WITH VENTILATION THAT IS INTERACTING WITH
A SURFACE FRONT ACROSS THE BAHAMAS-CUBA AND THE NORTHERN GULF OF
HONDURAS/YUCATAN. A SHORT WAVE UPPER TROUGH TRAILS BEHIND MAIN
TROUGH. IT EXTENDS FROM THE SOUTHWESTERN FLORIDA PENINSULA INTO
SOUTHERN YUCATAN/NORTHERN GUATEMALA. THIS TROUGH IS INTERACTING
WITH A SURFACE LOW MOVING NORTHEASTWARD ACROSS THE FLORIDA
STRAIGHT ALONG THE BAROCLINIC BOUNDARY. A SECOND TROUGH DIGGING
FROM THE CENTRAL PLAINS OF THE USA WILL TAKE OVER AND INTERACT
WITH THE SYSTEM...FOCUSING THE BOUNDARY OF LOW-LEVEL CONVERGENCE
AND CONVECTIVE INSTABILITY INTO THE CAYMAN ISLANDS/SOUTHEASTERN
CUBA AND SOUTHEASTERN BAHAMAS TOWARDS SUNDAY AND MONDAY...WITH
SOME MODERATE CONVECTION AFFECTING NORTHERN HISPANIOLA AND JAMAICA
AS WELL. TO THE WEST...NORTHERLY SURGE IS ARRIVING INTO THE GULF
OF HONDURAS WHERE CONVECTIVE INSTABILITY REMAINS VERY HIGH. THESE
WINDS...IN INTERACTION WITH OROGRAPHY AND LARGE MOISTURE
CONTENT...WILL LEAD TO HEAVY RAINFALL AMOUNTS THAT WILL GRADUALLY
DISPLACE EASTWARD AS THE CYCLE PROGRESSES. ANOTHER AREA WITH
WANING HEAVY CONVECTION IS SOUTHERN MEXICO/GUATEMALA...UNDER THE
INFLUENCE OF STRONG OROGRAPHIC UPLIFT AHEAD OF NORTHERLY SURGE.
THROUGH EARLY SATURDAY...LARGEST AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED OVER THE
BAHAMAS WITH AMOUNTS OF 50-75MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF 150-200MM.
ACROSS CUBA EXPECTING 20-40MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF 75-125MM. ACROSS
NORTHERN HONDURAS/BELIZE/EASTERN GUATEMALA EXPECTING SIMILAR
AMOUNTS. ACROSS SOUTHERN GUATEMALA INTO CHIAPAS AND
TABASCO/SOUTHERN VERACRUZ IN MEXICO...EXPECTING 15-20MM/DAY AND
MAXIMA OF 25-50MM. SIMILAR AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED ACROSS THE CAYMAN
ISLANDS. BY SATURDAY INTO EARLY SUNDAY...LARGEST AMOUNTS ARE
EXPECTED ACROSS NORTHERN HONDURAS WITH 25-50MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF
75-125MM. ACROSS THE CAYMAN ISLANDS INTO SOUTHEASTERN CUBA AND THE
CENTRAL/SOUTHEASTERN BAHAMAS EXPECTING 15-20MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF
25-50MM. BY SUNDAY INTO MONDAY...EXPECTING SIMILAR AMOUNTS OVER
THE CAYMAN ISLANDS. ACROSS CUBA AND THE SOUTHEASTERN BAHAMAS/TURKS
AND CAICOS...EXPECTING 10-15MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF 20-40MM. SIMILAR
AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED ACROSS PORTIONS OF NORTHEASTERN HISPANIOLA AS
A SHEAR LINE STARTS TO ESTABLISH.

OTHER REGION OF INTEREST WILL BE THE LESSER ANTILLES INTO
NORTHEASTERN SOUTH AMERICA. ALTHOUGH A TROPICAL WAVE IS EXITING
THE REGION...THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND NORTHEASTERN SOUTH AMERICA
CONTINUE UNDER THE DIVERGENT SIDE OF A TUTT THAT EXTENDS ACROSS
THE CENTRAL LESSER ANTILLES INTO THE LAKE MARACAIBO REGION. THIS
IS INTERACTING WITH ITCZ CONVECTION AND WILL SUSTAIN AN ACTIVE
PATTERN OF SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS THROUGH THE WEEKEND. THE TUTT
IS FORECAST TO DETACH FROM THE WESTERLIES AND BECOME A CLOSED LOW
AS THE WEEKEND PROGRESSES...TO START SLOWLY RETROGRESSING INTO
EARLY NEXT WEEK. AS THE TUTT RETROGRESSES...ITS DIVERGENT TIER
WILL MEANDER NORTHWESTWARD ONCE AGAIN INTO THE LESSER ANTILLES TO
BRING ANOTHER ROUND OF MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINS IN INTERACTION WITH
THE ITCZ AND NEW TROPICAL WAVE. IT APPEARS THAT RAINY PATTERN WILL
CONTINUE EXPANDING NORTHWESTWARD INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK TO AFFECT
THE LEEWARD ISLANDS ON MONDAY INTO TUESDAY AND THEN PUERTO RICO
AND THE VI. THROUGH EARLY SUNDAY...EXPECTING MAXIMA OF 15-25MM/DAY
ACROSS THE WINDWARD ISLANDS/NORTHEASTERN VENEZUELA AND NORTHERN
GUYANA. DURING SUNDAY INTO MONDAY...AMOUNTS ARE TO INCREASE TO
15-20MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF 30-60MM...EXPANDING NORTH INTO THE
CENTRAL LESSER ANTILLES.

ACROSS COLOMBIA AND SOUTHERN CENTRAL AMERICA...SEASONAL ACTIVE
PATTERN CONTINUES. MODELS CONTINUE SHOWING AN INCREASE OF THE
WESTERLIES ACROSS THE GULF OF PANAMA WHICH...IN COMBINATION WITH
ARRIVING TROPICAL WAVE...ARE LIKELY TO PRODUCE AN INCREASE IN
ACTIVITY INTO THE WEEKEND. THROUGH EARLY SATURDAY...LARGEST
AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN COLOMBIA WITH MAXIMA OF
20-45MM/DAY. BY SATURDAY INTO EARLY SUNDAY...EXPECTING AN INCREASE
TO MAXIMA OF 30-60MM/DAY ACROSS WESTERN COLOMBIA...AND 20-40MM/DAY
ACROSS NORTHERN COLOMBIA INTO THE LAKE MARACAIBO REGION. BY SUNDAY
INTO MONDAY...LARGEST AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED ACROSS NORTHWESTERN
COLOMBIA WITH MAXIMA OF 40-80MM/DAY...AND MAXIMA OF 30-60MM/DAY
ACROSS NORTHERN COLOMBIA/NORTHWESTERN VENEZUELA.

TROPICAL/EASTERLY WAVES INITIALIZED AT 12UTC
INITIAL  24     36     48     60     72     84     96     TYPE
46W     48W    51W    53W    56W    59W    60W    62W     TW
67W     70W    72W    74W    76W    77W    79W    81W     TW

TROPICAL WAVE ALONG 46W WILL APPROACH FRENCH GUIANA DURING
SATURDAY. STRONGEST CONVECTION WILL HOWEVER REMAIN OFFSHORE AS
TUTT IN THE LESSER ANTILLES WILL DRAW THE ITCZ NORTHWARD. THIS
WILL BRING MOST ACTIVITY INTO THE LESSER ANTILLES AND NORTHEASTERN
SOUTH AMERICA ON MONDAY...PRODUCING LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL AND
MAXIMA OF 30-60MM/DAY.

TROPICAL WAVE ALONG 67W IS INTERACTING WITH CONVERGENT SIDE OF
TUTT ACROSS THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN...THUS CONVECTION IS BECOMING
LIMITED. THE WAVE WILL HOWEVER IMPACT CONVECTION ACROSS NORTHERN
VENEZUELA AND COLOMBIA...WHERE IT IS TO PRODUCE MAXIMA OF
30-60MM/DAY....AND 40-80MM/DAY ACROSS WESTERN COLOMBIA.

JN BAPTISTE...MS (SAINT LUCIA)
MEDINA...ONAMET (REPUBLICA DOMINICANA)
GALVEZ...WPC (USA)

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FXCA20 KWBC 241227
PMDCA

TROPICAL DISCUSSION - INTERNATIONAL DESKS
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
827 AM EDT FRI OCT 24 2014

PRELIMINARY DISCUSSION FOR PUERTO RICO AND THE USVI. TUTT EXTENDS
ACROSS THE FRENCH ANTILLES INTO THE ABC AND NORTHWESTERN VENEZUELA
WHILE A MID/UPPER RIDGE CENTERS OVER THE HAITIAN PENINSULA. THIS
IS LEADING TO SUBSIDENCE OVER MOST OF THE NORTHEASTERN CARIBBEAN
SUSTAINING CURRENT PATTERN OF FAIR WEATHER. A TROPICAL WAVE
EXTENDS FROM NORTH-CENTRAL VENEZUELA INTO PUERTO RICO/USVI...BUT
MOST CONVECTION ASSOCIATED WITH THIS WAVE IS CONSTRAINED
NORTHEASTERN VENEZUELA AND THE WINDWARD ISLANDS DUE TO TUTT
CONVERGENCE NORTHWEST OF THESE REGIONS.

MODELS CONTINUE SHOWING TUTT DETACHING FROM THE WESTERLIES AND
EVOLVING INTO A CLOSED LOW BY 48 HRS. TUTT IS TO THEN START TO
RETROGRESS TO EXTEND FROM CENTRAL VENEZUELA INTO THE LEEWARD
ISLANDS BY SUNDAY EVENING INTO MONDAY...TO WESTERN
VENEZUELA-PUERTO RICO BY TUESDAY. TUTT WILL INTERACT WITH AN
ARRIVING TROPICAL WAVE AND AN ACTIVATING ATLANTIC ITCZ...ENHANCING
CONVECTION EAST OF ITS MAIN AXIS. IT APPEARS THAT THE PATTERN IS
TO EVOLVE INTO A WET ONE ACROSS THE ISLANDS SOMETIME AROUND
TUESDAY NEXT WEEK. IN THE MEAN TIME...EXPECTING FAIR WEATHER TO
CONTINUE WITH ISOLATED RAINFALL AMOUNTS CONSTRAINING TO THE
05-10MM/DAY RANGE.

JN BAPTISTE...MS (SAINT LUCIA)
MEDINA...ONAMET (REPUBLICA DOMINICANA)
GALVEZ...WPC (USA)

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FXCA20 KWBC 231849
PMDCA

TROPICAL DISCUSSION - INTERNATIONAL DESKS
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
248 PM EDT THU OCT 23 2014

LARGE UPPER TROUGH CENTERS OVER THE EASTERN UNITED STATES AND IS
SUSTAINING A SURFACE FRONT INTO SOUTHERN FLORIDA AND THE
SOUTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO. AN UPPER SHORT WAVE TROUGH FOLLOWS TO
ITS SOUTHWEST...EXTENDING FROM ALABAMA INTO THE GULF OF CAMPECHE.
THIS TROUGH IS INTERACTING WITH DISORGANIZED SURFACE LOWS OVER
YUCATAN AND CUBA. THESE LOWS ARE ACCOMPANIED BY HIGH CONVECTIVE
INSTABILITY...AND ARE THUS LEADING TO HEAVY RAINFALL IN AREAS
STRETCHING FROM NORTHERN CENTRAL AMERICA/YUCATAN INTO
CUBA/BAHAMAS. MODELS CONTINUE UNCERTAIN REGARDING THE EVOLUTION OF
THIS SYSTEM...BUT IT APPEARS THAT THE SHORT WAVE TROUGH WILL
INTERACT WITH THE SURFACE LOW AND HELP IT TO TRACK NORTHEASTWARD
ALONG THE BAROCLINIC BOUNDARY...PLACING A BROAD TROUGH ACROSS
CENTRAL CUBA BY THURSDAY EVENING AND A LOW JUST EAST OF THE
CENTRAL BAHAMAS BY FRIDAY EVENING TO THEN EXIT INTO THE NORTH
ATLANTIC. ANOTHER SURFACE LOW IS FORECAST TO MEANDER BETWEEN
SOUTHEASTERN YUCATAN ON THURSDAY TO THE SOUTHWESTERN GULF OF
HONDURAS BY SATURDAY. BOTH SYSTEMS WILL BE IMPORTANT FOCI FOR DEEP
CONVECTION AND HEAVY PRECIPITATION. THROUGH EARLY
FRIDAY...EXPECTING LARGEST RAINFALL AMOUNTS ACROSS MOST OF CUBA
AND THE BAHAMAS TO REACH 35-70MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF 150-200MM.
OTHER REGION OF HEAVY RAINFALL WILL BE SOUTHEASTERN MEXICO INTO
GUATEMALA/BELIZE WITH AMOUNTS OF 25-50MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF
75-125MM. ACROSS THE CAYMAN ISLANDS AND NORTHERN
YUCATAN...EXPECTING MAXIMA OF 25-50MM. BY FRIDAY INTO EARLY
SATURDAY...EXPECTING LARGEST AMOUNTS OVER THE BAHAMAS AND OVER THE
GULF OF HONDURAS WITH AMOUNTS OF 50-75MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF
150-200MM. ACROSS CUBA EXPECTING AMOUNTS OF 20-40MM/DAY AND MAXIMA
OF 75-150MM. ACROSS CENTRAL/SOUTHERN GUATEMALA EXPECTING MAXIMA OF
25-50MM. BY SATURDAY INTO EARLY SUNDAY...EXPECTING LARGEST AMOUNTS
ACROSS NORTHEASTERN HONDURAS WITH MAXIMA OF 75-125MM/DAY. ACROSS
CUBA AND THE SOUTHEASTERN BAHAMAS AND THE CAYMAN ISLANDS EXPECTING
MAXIMA OF 25-50MM.

ACROSS COLOMBIA...EXPECTING A GRADUAL INCREASE IN CONVECTION
ACROSS THE WESTERN TIER ASSOCIATED WITH AN INCREASE IN THE
LOW-LEVEL WESTERLIES ACROSS THE GULF OF PANAMA. AMOUNTS IN
CONVECTION ARE TO INCREASE GRADUALLY TO MAXIMA OF 20-40MM/DAY.

OTHER AREA OF INTEREST ARE THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND NORTHEASTERN
SOUTH AMERICA. A TROPICAL WAVE IS INTERACTING WITH A TUTT THAT
EXTENDS ACROSS THE CENTRAL LESSER ANTILLES INTO THE EASTERN
CARIBBEAN. MODELS SHOW TUTT PERSISTING AND BECOMING FULLY DETACHED
FROM THE WESTERLIES TO THE NORTH. THIS WILL LIMIT THE COLD AIR
INFUSION INTO THE SYSTEM AND START WEAKENING IT...GRADUALLY
REDUCING ITS EFFECTS ON CONVECTION. AT LOW-LEVELS...TROPICAL WAVE
WILL CONTINUE PROGRESSING INTO THE SOUTHEASTERN CARIBBEAN AS IT IS
CROSSING THE ARC OF THE ANTILLES EARLY ON THURSDAY. WAVE
CONVECTION WILL HOWEVER ENTER THE CONVERGENT SIDE OF THE
TUTT...WHICH WILL LIMIT STRONGEST ACTIVITY TO THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND NORTHEASTERN VENEZUELA...IN INTERACTION WITH THE ITCZ. THROUGH
FRIDAY MORNING EXPECTING AMOUNTS 15-20MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF 25-50MM
FROM ST.LUCIA INTO NORTHEASTERN VENEZUELA. BY FRIDAY INTO EARLY
SATURDAY AND AFTER SCATTERED CONVECTION WILL PRODUCE ISOLATED
MAXIMA OF 15-25MM.

TROPICAL/EASTERLY WAVES INITIALIZED AT 12UTC
INITIAL  24     36     48     60     72     84     96     TYPE
42W     44W    46W    48W    51W    53W    56W    58W     TW
62W     65W    67W    70W    72W    74W    75W    77W     TW

TROPICAL WAVE ALONG 42W WILL APPROACH FRENCH GUIANA DURING
SATURDAY. STRONGEST CONVECTION WILL HOWEVER REMAIN OFFSHORE AS
TUTT IN THE LESSER ANTILLES WILL DRAW THE ITCZ NORTHWARD.

TROPICAL WAVE ALONG 62W IS INTERACTING WITH TUTT AND PRODUCING
MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS THE WINDWARD ISLANDS WITH
EXPECTED MAXIMA OF 25-50MM. CONVECTION WITH THIS WAVE WILL
DECREASE IN INTENSITY AS THE WAVE PROGRESSES INTO
VENEZUELA/SOUTHEASTERN CARIBBEAN...AS IT ENTERS THE CONVERGENT
SIDE OF TUTT MEANDERING OVER THE LESSER ANTILLES/SOUTHEASTERN
CARIBBEAN.

JN BAPTISTE...MS (SAINT LUCIA)
MEDINA...ONAMET (REPUBLICA DOMINICANA)
GALVEZ...WPC (USA)

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000
FXCA20 KWBC 231849
PMDCA

TROPICAL DISCUSSION - INTERNATIONAL DESKS
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
248 PM EDT THU OCT 23 2014

LARGE UPPER TROUGH CENTERS OVER THE EASTERN UNITED STATES AND IS
SUSTAINING A SURFACE FRONT INTO SOUTHERN FLORIDA AND THE
SOUTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO. AN UPPER SHORT WAVE TROUGH FOLLOWS TO
ITS SOUTHWEST...EXTENDING FROM ALABAMA INTO THE GULF OF CAMPECHE.
THIS TROUGH IS INTERACTING WITH DISORGANIZED SURFACE LOWS OVER
YUCATAN AND CUBA. THESE LOWS ARE ACCOMPANIED BY HIGH CONVECTIVE
INSTABILITY...AND ARE THUS LEADING TO HEAVY RAINFALL IN AREAS
STRETCHING FROM NORTHERN CENTRAL AMERICA/YUCATAN INTO
CUBA/BAHAMAS. MODELS CONTINUE UNCERTAIN REGARDING THE EVOLUTION OF
THIS SYSTEM...BUT IT APPEARS THAT THE SHORT WAVE TROUGH WILL
INTERACT WITH THE SURFACE LOW AND HELP IT TO TRACK NORTHEASTWARD
ALONG THE BAROCLINIC BOUNDARY...PLACING A BROAD TROUGH ACROSS
CENTRAL CUBA BY THURSDAY EVENING AND A LOW JUST EAST OF THE
CENTRAL BAHAMAS BY FRIDAY EVENING TO THEN EXIT INTO THE NORTH
ATLANTIC. ANOTHER SURFACE LOW IS FORECAST TO MEANDER BETWEEN
SOUTHEASTERN YUCATAN ON THURSDAY TO THE SOUTHWESTERN GULF OF
HONDURAS BY SATURDAY. BOTH SYSTEMS WILL BE IMPORTANT FOCI FOR DEEP
CONVECTION AND HEAVY PRECIPITATION. THROUGH EARLY
FRIDAY...EXPECTING LARGEST RAINFALL AMOUNTS ACROSS MOST OF CUBA
AND THE BAHAMAS TO REACH 35-70MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF 150-200MM.
OTHER REGION OF HEAVY RAINFALL WILL BE SOUTHEASTERN MEXICO INTO
GUATEMALA/BELIZE WITH AMOUNTS OF 25-50MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF
75-125MM. ACROSS THE CAYMAN ISLANDS AND NORTHERN
YUCATAN...EXPECTING MAXIMA OF 25-50MM. BY FRIDAY INTO EARLY
SATURDAY...EXPECTING LARGEST AMOUNTS OVER THE BAHAMAS AND OVER THE
GULF OF HONDURAS WITH AMOUNTS OF 50-75MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF
150-200MM. ACROSS CUBA EXPECTING AMOUNTS OF 20-40MM/DAY AND MAXIMA
OF 75-150MM. ACROSS CENTRAL/SOUTHERN GUATEMALA EXPECTING MAXIMA OF
25-50MM. BY SATURDAY INTO EARLY SUNDAY...EXPECTING LARGEST AMOUNTS
ACROSS NORTHEASTERN HONDURAS WITH MAXIMA OF 75-125MM/DAY. ACROSS
CUBA AND THE SOUTHEASTERN BAHAMAS AND THE CAYMAN ISLANDS EXPECTING
MAXIMA OF 25-50MM.

ACROSS COLOMBIA...EXPECTING A GRADUAL INCREASE IN CONVECTION
ACROSS THE WESTERN TIER ASSOCIATED WITH AN INCREASE IN THE
LOW-LEVEL WESTERLIES ACROSS THE GULF OF PANAMA. AMOUNTS IN
CONVECTION ARE TO INCREASE GRADUALLY TO MAXIMA OF 20-40MM/DAY.

OTHER AREA OF INTEREST ARE THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND NORTHEASTERN
SOUTH AMERICA. A TROPICAL WAVE IS INTERACTING WITH A TUTT THAT
EXTENDS ACROSS THE CENTRAL LESSER ANTILLES INTO THE EASTERN
CARIBBEAN. MODELS SHOW TUTT PERSISTING AND BECOMING FULLY DETACHED
FROM THE WESTERLIES TO THE NORTH. THIS WILL LIMIT THE COLD AIR
INFUSION INTO THE SYSTEM AND START WEAKENING IT...GRADUALLY
REDUCING ITS EFFECTS ON CONVECTION. AT LOW-LEVELS...TROPICAL WAVE
WILL CONTINUE PROGRESSING INTO THE SOUTHEASTERN CARIBBEAN AS IT IS
CROSSING THE ARC OF THE ANTILLES EARLY ON THURSDAY. WAVE
CONVECTION WILL HOWEVER ENTER THE CONVERGENT SIDE OF THE
TUTT...WHICH WILL LIMIT STRONGEST ACTIVITY TO THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND NORTHEASTERN VENEZUELA...IN INTERACTION WITH THE ITCZ. THROUGH
FRIDAY MORNING EXPECTING AMOUNTS 15-20MM/DAY AND MAXIMA OF 25-50MM
FROM ST.LUCIA INTO NORTHEASTERN VENEZUELA. BY FRIDAY INTO EARLY
SATURDAY AND AFTER SCATTERED CONVECTION WILL PRODUCE ISOLATED
MAXIMA OF 15-25MM.

TROPICAL/EASTERLY WAVES INITIALIZED AT 12UTC
INITIAL  24     36     48     60     72     84     96     TYPE
42W     44W    46W    48W    51W    53W    56W    58W     TW
62W     65W    67W    70W    72W    74W    75W    77W     TW

TROPICAL WAVE ALONG 42W WILL APPROACH FRENCH GUIANA DURING
SATURDAY. STRONGEST CONVECTION WILL HOWEVER REMAIN OFFSHORE AS
TUTT IN THE LESSER ANTILLES WILL DRAW THE ITCZ NORTHWARD.

TROPICAL WAVE ALONG 62W IS INTERACTING WITH TUTT AND PRODUCING
MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS THE WINDWARD ISLANDS WITH
EXPECTED MAXIMA OF 25-50MM. CONVECTION WITH THIS WAVE WILL
DECREASE IN INTENSITY AS THE WAVE PROGRESSES INTO
VENEZUELA/SOUTHEASTERN CARIBBEAN...AS IT ENTERS THE CONVERGENT
SIDE OF TUTT MEANDERING OVER THE LESSER ANTILLES/SOUTHEASTERN
CARIBBEAN.

JN BAPTISTE...MS (SAINT LUCIA)
MEDINA...ONAMET (REPUBLICA DOMINICANA)
GALVEZ...WPC (USA)

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