Atlantic will remain nice and quiet for several days

East Pacific may be busy but the intensity of the current batch of storms is certainly lacking.

Meanwhile, dust from Africa blankets most of the tropical Atlantic and extends westward in to the Caribbean Sea – typical for this time of year. This will help to keep things nice and quiet for the next several days at least.

I go over all of these topics and more in today’s video discussion.

June 28 Hurricane Outlook and Discussion

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