Tropical Depression Harvey heads through Caribbean

Tropical Depression Harvey heads through Caribbean

Tropical Depression Harvey heads through Caribbean

After Harvey dissipated into a tropical wave late Saturday night, attention has turned to a second, weaker tropical system which may affect local weather even if it doesn't become a depression or storm.

As of Sunday morning Harvey was only a tropical wave in the central Caribbean.

An Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft is scheduled to investigate the disturbance later Sunday. If the system manages reemerge over the Bay of Campeche, then redevelopment would be possible.

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There is a 50 percent chance that those remnants of Harvey could develop into a tropical cyclone again in the next two days, and a 60 percent chance in the next five.

As far as Invest 92L, it too is encountering wind shear and the showers and thunderstorms remain disorganized a couple of hundred miles north of the northern Leeward Islands.

Conditions could become slightly more conducive for development once the system is near the northern Bahamas or Florida around the middle of next week.

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Heavy rain from this system could cause flooding in Central America and the Yucatan Peninsula by Monday or Tuesday regardless of whether Harvey can reform prior to reaching those land areas.

Forecasters give it a 10 percent (low) formation chance through the next 48 hours and 20 percent (low) over the next five days.

After finally getting a couple dry days we are beginning to evaporate up some of the lower level moisture throughout Acadiana but I still think there will be enough moisture in the upper atmosphere to squeeze out a couple pop-up showers Sunday afternoon/evening but most of us should remain dry. We'll be watching the Atlantic closely now as we head into the more active part of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, which usually occurs from late August through early October.

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