It seems that Tropical Storm Chantal continues to move deeper into the Caribbean Ocean, but it doesn’t appear that it will reach Hurricane status. The Weather Channel reports that the dry air in front of the storm, mixed with its speed as a storm and the rapid approach of landfall will keep Chantal from becoming too strong.
There remains a chance that the storm will hit the Southeast United States early next week, but it depends upon what happens after it crosses Hispanola and Cuba.
Image courtesy of The Weather Channel.

It seems that Tropical Storm Chantal continues to move deeper into the Caribbean Ocean, but it doesn’t appear that it will reach Hurricane status. The Weather Channel reports that the dry air in front of the storm, mixed with its speed as a storm and the rapid approach of landfall will keep Chantal from becoming too strong.

There remains a chance that the storm will hit the Southeast United States early next week, but it depends upon what happens after it crosses Hispanola and Cuba.

Image courtesy of The Weather Channel.

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