Low West of Azores Has Limited Window to Become Tropical Storm
There is an area of low pressure that is non-tropical in nature centered several hundred kilometers west of the Azores.
As of this morning, the system is continuing to produce disorganized shower and thunderstorm activity. It is also producing gale-force winds and large waves.
It could acquire some subtropical characteristics during the next day or so.
By Thursday night conditions are expected to become less favorable for development.
There have been 16 named storms so far this year. The next named storm will be Rebekah.
The Atlantic Hurricane Season concludes on November 30th.