A stationary front, lingering in the area since the 22nd has cleared to the east and southeast this morning. Winds shifted from the southwest to the northeast through the day yesterday with the main front pushing across the island with little fan-fare. In the evening, a line of showers developed along the island extending northeast and southwest from the island. A region of convergence between northeasterly and east-northeasterly flow helped spark these showers with isolated downpours that persisted for over an hour in spots.
Meanwhile, an area of low pressure is developing at the tail end of that lingering stationary front north of the Turks and Caicos Islands. The National Hurricane Center is monitoring this area for possible tropical cyclone formation. Their latest updates at 10am indicate a 70% chance for the formation of a tropical or subtropical cyclone in the next 5 days. However, direct impacts to Bermuda from this system appear unlikely at this stage.