Burlington, VT 05401
Last Updated: 11/20/14 15:27:09 EST
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Storm Summary and Projection:
Hurricane Summary POSTED: November 20, 2014 7:54 a.m. Remaining Quiet Through the Weekend in the Atlantic A stalled frontal boundary will enhance cloud cover and bring numerous showers and thunderstorms to areas in and around the northwest Caribbean during the next few days. Strong shear over this frontal boundary will deter tropical or subtropical development. Across the rest of the Atlantic Basin, the atmosphere remains unfavorable for tropical or subtropical development. Computer forecasts continue to show strong westerly upper-level winds over much of the basin and a strong trade wind flow over the Caribbean. In the long range, the computer forecasts show a weak surface low forming northeast of the Windward Islands during the latter part of next week. However, environmental conditions will likely remain unfavorable winds for tropical or subtropical formation.

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