Hurricane Epsilon is battling wind shear and cooler water temperatures today. This will continue to weaken it, but it will remain a hurricane today as it moves to the north and passes just east of Bermuda by ~200 miles. Then it turns to the northeast on Saturday and heads into the north Atlantic as a strong non-tropical low.
Invest 95L in the western Caribbean is getting much better organized and a tropical depression could form during the next couple of days. The forecast shows it moving to the NW into western Cuba & then into SE Gulf of Mexico early next week. Forecast models are showing some development with this and moving into the eastern Gulf of Mexico.
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