A tropical wave over eastern Cuba, Dominican Republic and Jamaica is producing widely scattered showers as it heads westward. Isolated locally heavy rains are possible over Cuba, Jamaica, and the Cayman Islands through Tuesday, spreading to the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico Tuesday and Wednesday. Formation of a tropical depression is not expected, due to interaction with land the next couple of days, and due to strong upper-level winds over the southern Gulf of Mexico the rest of this week. A little enhanced moisture could reach Deep South Texas and northeastern Mexico later this week.

A weak tropical wave is over the tropical Atlantic, about half way between Africa and the eastern Caribbean, and is producing very limited shower activity. Development is not expected as it crosses into the central Atlantic the next several days.


No significant systems are present over the eastern Pacific, and no tropical cyclone formation is expected for the next few days.


Tropical Depression 10W is centered just east of the Philippines and could become a tropical storm by Tuesday U.S. time. It will likely move over the northern Philippines during the next couple of days, with the main concern being flooding rains. It could later affect China by the end of this week.

Another depression could form today or Tuesday to the south of Guam. Some effects are possible there, and the system could eventually affect some other portions of east Asia.

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