Development chances lowered for Caribbean disturbance, hurricane forecasters say


Hurricane forecasters on Thursday morning (June 14) lowered the chances of development for a weather disturbance in the Caribbean. 

As of 7 a.m., the disturbance has a 10 percent chance (low) of developing into a tropical system within five days. It has a near 0 percent chance within 48 hours.

The National Hurricane Center said showers and thunderstorms associated with the disturbance remain unorganized. On Thursday morning, they were over the Yucatan peninsula and were expected to move west over the southwestern Gulf of Mexico through Saturday.

Forecasters said development, if any, would be slow because of strong upper-level winds. 

Read the full outlook.

Carlie Kollath Wells is a morning reporter at NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune. Have an early-bird tip? Send it to her:…

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