MIAMI - Forecasters say a new tropical wave far out in the Atlantic has a chance of developing over time and is already showing signs of organization.
The wave is accompanied by a surface low pressure system about 750 miles southwest of the Cape verde Islands.
According the the National Hurricane center in Miami, "Environmental conditions are conducive for some gradual development to occur over the next few days."
During the next 48 hours, the wave has a low chance - 20 percent - of becoming a tropical cyclone as it moves west at about 15 mph.
All is quiet elsewhere in the tropics.
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Plenty of sunshine with high humidity, but low chances for an afternoon shower or storm inland.