MIAMI – Remnants of Emily will move north-northwest out of the Caribbean to over the Bahamas today through Sunday.
The remnants of Emily in the form of a surface trough lies from the se Bahamas near 23 degrees north and 74 degrees west across the eastern tip of Cuba along 19degrees north and 76 degrees west over Jamaica to near 17 degrees north, 79 degrees west.
The National Hurricane Center, Miami said at 805 a.m. today “This system remains disorganized but upper-level winds are expected to become a little more favorable for development on Saturday. It is possible that this system may regenerate into a tropical cyclone during the next 48 hours as it moves northwestward and northward 15 mph.”
Scattered to heavy showers and isolated thunderstorms are forecast from 19 degrees north to21 degrees north, and west of the trough axis to 78 degrees west. A broad area of dense cloud cover with scattered showers and possible isolated thunderstorms cover the north-central Caribbean and southwest Atlantic Ocean within 120 nautical miles of line a from the southern tip of Haiti into the western Atlantic including parts of Hispaniola, eastern Cuba, the Turks and Caicos Islands and southeastern Bahamas.