JERRY NO FACTOR...BUT THERE ARE A FEW OTHER AREAS TO WATCH!

By: WCSC , 8:24 PM GMT on September 24, 2007

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Updated by Chief Meteorologist BILL WALSH....

Jerry was downgraded to a depression and no factor in the middle of the ocean. There are three other waves of interest in the tropical waters tonight. One in the Gulf of Mexico continues to show signs of organization and might become a depression later tonight or over the next couple of days. This will be no factor to our weather here in South Carolina.

There are two other areas that we'll watch. One near the Leeward Islands that is not well organized, but could become better organized over the next few days and another that is around 700 miles west of the Cape Verde islands.

That one is well organized and could become a depression or storm over the next 24 hours. This has lots of convection, good outflow and the environment is favorable for continued development.

Right now there are no threats to our area, but we'll continue to watch these two systems closely and have updates on every newscast, everyday.

Things are rather quiet here tonight with a flow off the ocean over the next few days setting up the stage for some midweek showers.

We'll have a complete update on all of these systems in tonights broadcasts.

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