The disturbance that I have been mentioning over the past couple of days and watching over the past few, has been upgraded by the National Hurricane Center slightly to a 10% chance of development. The forecast path of this tropical wave should not take it into the Gulf of Mexico, rather the eastern coast between South Carolina and Bermuda. It is currently situated right now to the north of the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
The second graphic on this post is the forecast track of this disturbance at this time. It should scoot up the coast line, and become a fish storm after a while. Stay tuned for further updates on this storm should it’s path change and decide to affect land.