The National Hurricane Center (NHC) monitors a mild disturbance with a low probability of development in the Atlantic.
At 7:00 am. The NHC published a bulletin explaining that the system was developing slowly while continuing to move northwest.
In fact, the disturbance is expected to remain over the waters of the Atlantic, and could pass distant to the northwest of the Caribbean. Therefore, it does not mean a danger to Puerto Rico.RELATED
The meteorological agency said that although the disturbance will be combined in the middle of the week with a frontal system, it will not have further development.
According to the discussion, the system has only a 20% development probability for the next 48 hours and 30% for the next five days. Both odds are low.
The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season culminates on November 30.