18 August, 2017
That tropical wave is expected to cross into the Caribbean Sea on Friday and pass about 200 miles to the south of the territory, according to Castro.
The first in a series of tropical waves now moving across the Atlantic became more organized overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning.
The status of 91L has changed a bit, however, as it moves into a more favorable environment where it could potentially organize into a tropical depression or storm in the coming days.
Not including Hurricane Gert, which is ultimately just a fish storm, there are three areas if interest in the Atlantic that have our attention.
A spokesperson for The Weather Channel said: "It will be changeable for the next five days, with low pressure cells and associated frontal systems bringing further cloud and rain, occasionally heavy". "For each wave, once the circulation completely closes off and the center becomes better defined, it'll develop".
The expected depression, located 365 east of Barbados, immediately triggered tropical storm warnings across the Windward Islands covering Martinique, the Grenadines, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and Barbados.More news: Submarine in missing journalist case sunk on objective , Danish police say
After weeks of unsettled weather across most of Britain, the low pressure system is set to bring more summery conditions for central and southern areas from Sunday. Gradual development of this system is possible before weekend. NHC 5-day odds for development are at 40%.
There is also a tropical wave located over the far eastern Atlantic Ocean near the Cabo Verde Islands which is producing disorganized showers and thunderstorms.
Meteorologists are now watching three other areas over the Atlantic basin.
Invest 92L could gradually strengthen as it moves to the west-northwest over the next few days.
All three tropical disturbances now have a 40 percent chance of development over five days.
Forecasters are also watching a third wave rolling off Africa's west coast, which they say could also become a cyclone as it heads west about 15 miles per hour.