Invest 92L designated, where is it going?
A low pressure system that is currently situated off the North Carolina Coast has fired some convection over the low level center. Most of the reliable models do develop this into a potential Tropical Depression or weak Tropical Storm. Currently the system is situated over waters that are around 27° Celsius. It is interacting with the Gulf Stream at this point and will remain so until Monday evening.The National Hurricane Center has giving the system a 20% chance of developing over the next 48 hours and 5 days. The low will most likely head up into the Canadian Maritimes and miss the Northeast Coast. Most of the Nam models rapidly intensify this system to a strong Tropical Storm or even a hurricane. But environmental conditions are not the best to support a hurricane but never the less this system should be monitored closely.