It’s beginning to look a little more serious.
At least one villa management company on St. John has begun the process of boarding up homes in advance of the expected arrival of winds and rain from Tropical Depression 2.
The National Hurricane Center now says it’s likely to graze St. John early Monday
The center’s ‘Discussion’ seems to downplay the likelihood the storm will develop into anything more serious. “There is a distinct possibility the cyclone could weaken to a remnant low or tropical wave,” it explained. “The depression remains weak and poorly organized” with winds around 30 miles an hour.”