Tropical Depression Four "Poorly Organized" In Atlantic

Tropical Depression Four had formed in the Atlantic, but forecasters at the National Hurricane Center are not expecting the system will become a tropical storm.

The storm, described as "poorly organized" was well east of the Lesser Antilles Thursday morning, moving quickly to the west-northwest with maximum winds of 30 miles per hour.

The depression is not expected to get much stronger as it battles dry air and wind shear. Forecasters expect it to weaken into a tropical wave in 3 days and then dissipate.

Photo: NOAA

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