93L Fighting Dry Air, But Could be a Tropical Depression
Posted: 9:47 AM EDT on July 31, 2014
An area of disturbed weather located near 11°N, 52°W at 8 am EDT Thursday, about 650 miles east of the Lesser Antilles Islands (93L), has maintained a well-organized surface circulation and has now developed enough heavy thunderstorms to potentially be classified as a tropical depression later today.
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