By: dfwstormwatch , 11:02 PM GMT on June 20, 2013
Experimental Tropical Outlook. Tropical Depression Barry continues to push inland and will dissipate shortly in Mexico. A frontal boundary will stall for a few days near the coast of North Carolina, models show a low pressure system developing near North Carolina, but appears to be weak and non-tropical in nature, this has around a 10 to 20 % chance of developing into a tropical depression or a sub-tropical storm. I do not for-see any other chances of tropical development in the Atlantic Basin within the next 7 days...
NOTE: THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL OUTLOOK FROM THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER, IT IS A ENTHUSIAST BASED TROPICAL FORECAST, FOR OFFICIAL INFO ON DEVELOPMENT IN THE NEXT 48 HOURS... GO TO HURRICANES.GOV
- Taylor Weiss | Tropical Forecaster
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