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Cincinnati, OH 45201
Last Updated: 07/08/15 02:26:45 EDT
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Storm Summary and Projection:
Hurricane Summary POSTED: July 7, 2015 10:17 p.m. The Atlantic Basin Remains Quiet There are no organized tropical features across the Atlantic Basin at this time. A combination of moderate to strong shear, dry, dusty stable air, cooler-than-normal water temperatures and higher-than-normal surface pressure covers most of the basin. These hostile environmental conditions are expected to plague the Atlantic Basin through the rest of this week and through the upcoming weekend. Tropical waves along 20 west, along 60 west and along 70 west are mostly south of 18 north and are moving west at an average speed of 6 degrees longitude per day. The deepest moisture supporting sustained convective showers and thunderstorms is mostly south of 10 degrees north. So, dry stable air dominates most of the Basin north of 10 degrees north. These observations and the latest long range computer information suggest no support for tropical development through the rest of this week and probably into early next week. By AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski

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