(CMR) Two new tropical waves off the coast of Africa on Thursday (August 27) at this time, have a less than 1% chance of becoming active storms, but the National Hurricane Center says Caribbean countries should be on the alert.
According to the NHC the first tropical wave, located in the far eastern Atlantic,is expected to produce disorganized shower activity.
However,the NHC said that the environmental conditions were not at this time conducive to the system developing into a more organised system
The second system located in the central tropical Atlantic near the Cabo Verde Islands, however shows some potential of further development over the next five days.
While environmental conditions are not expected to be conducive for development during the next couple of days, the NHC says forecast are expected to gradually become more favorable.
Nana and Omar are the two names next in line to be given to storms that develop.