What's left of Tropical Storm Harvey more likely to organize

What's left of Tropical Storm Harvey more likely to organize

What's left of Tropical Storm Harvey more likely to organize

This is great news for those wanting to watch the partial solar eclipse here in Acadiana as we should have mainly sunny skies during the eclipse from noon until 3pm.

Then later in the day after the eclipse is over we will have a slim chance (20%) for a couple stray showers but most of Acadiana should remain dry. It has a 10 percent chance of development over the next five days. Rather, this system will be an efficient rainmaker, bringing pesky off and on showers and storms during the morning and afternoon hours for the second half of the week.

Although Tropical Storm Harvey has been downgraded to a disorganized system, weather experts are warning not to let your guard down just yet.

We will see increasing moisture for the start to the workweek.

In the tropics things have not really changed much from Saturday.

But the hurricane center said there is an 80 percent chance that what's left of Harvey could regenerate into a tropical depression or storm in the next five days. There is a 70% chance that it can become a tropical cyclone again before it reaches Belize by Tuesday.

The centers said Harvey could regain its tropical storm status on Sunday or Sunday night.

An Air Force Reserves reconnaissance plane is on its way to the Caribbean Sea to get a better look at the system, but satellite photos "are showing some signs of organization", the National Hurricane Center said. Conditions are not expected to be conducive to development over the next couple of days... but could become slightly more conducive as it approaches the northern Bahamas or Florida but the middle of next week.

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