National Hurricane Center: Tropical Depression 4 Projected Path

National Hurricane Center: Tropical Depression 4 Projected Path

National Hurricane Center: Tropical Depression 4 Projected Path

At 0900 UTC (5 a.m. EDT) on July 6 the center of Tropical Depression Four was located near latitude 13.2 degrees north and longitude 40.0 degrees west.

During his time at NOAA, Franklin was on research teams that made breakthroughs in tropical storm forecasting and in the understanding of the winds circling a hurricane's eye. The next storm will be named Don.

The system, which is now located roughly 1300 miles off the coast of Barbados, is continuing to move west-northwest at 17 mph, with winds of 30 mph.

Given the system's speed and trajectory, it could be the middle of next week before any effects are felt along the coast, Johnson said.

Tropical Depression #4 is spinning through dry air over the central Atlantic.

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Warm water temperatures in the tropical and subtropical Atlantic Ocean along with the dwindling chance of El Niño's development later this summer, are contributing factors to CSU's updated forecast predicting more storms.

A post-tropical depression, or post-tropical cyclone, is a former cyclone. This has a 70% chance of developing into a tropical system (depression or tropical storm) within the next 48 hours.

Colorado State University (CSU) meteorologist Philip Klotzbach has said his group is now expecting three major hurricanes in the Atlantic basin this hurricane season, instead of two.

Tropical Storms Bret and Cindy formed within days of each other in June, Bret dissipating over South America, while Cindy cane ashore along the Louisiana coastline.

Klotzbach and Bell also said as a result of the busier season, the odds of a major hurricane impacting the USA have gone up.

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