Low chance of development for tropical disturbance in central Atlantic
The Weather Authority is still monitoring a tropical wave about 750 miles east of the Windward Islands. Dubbed Invest 93-L, this area of disturbed weather looks slightly more organized today.
Some gradual development is over the next day or so as the disturbance moves slowly westward. However, later this week, high wind shear is expected to tear it apart.
Right now, the National Hurricane Center is giving it a 30% chance of development.
Looking ahead to the rest of this evening into tonight, expect clearing skies and a northwesterly breeze. Temperatures tonight will fall into the upper 60s & lower 70s.
Dew points will drop more notably by tomorrow and Wednesday. This will allow for plenty of sunshine, mainly dry conditions, and lower humidity!