Invest 90 (Updated: 7/24/2011)

Figure 1. IR satellite of Atlantic Basin. The weak wave that was Invest 90 has diminished, but still producing showers and thunderstorms in the Caribbean.

Invest 90 in now a cluster of thunderstorms, but is still moving westward over Dominican Republic and Haiti and will continue to move westward.  Development is unlikely over the next 2-3 days, as dry air, wind shear, and land will keep it from developing any further than what it is now.  However, this might increase precipitation chances for south Texas, central Texas, and northern Mexico by next weekend.  There is even the slightest possibility that it could reform into a tropical cyclone in the Gulf of Mexico, if conditions are just right.  It is too soon to tell right now.  People should continue monitoring this system by visiting the National Hurricane Center‘s website.

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