TS Henri Meets a Quick, Familiar End

In the end, the original forecast from the NHC was correct.  Henri lasted only 48 hours (5 PM Tuesday to 5 PM Thursday).  It did strengthen from its’ original intensity, which was not anticipated.  However, over the last 24 hours, it weakened rapidly and devolved into a remnant low.  There still has not been a tropical cyclone of any kind in the Atlantic last more than 48 hours since Fred ended nearly a month ago.

An area of interest near northeast South America should bring heavy rain to this reason in the next 48 hours.  It is, however, not anticipated to become a tropical cyclone before interacting with the landmass.

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