Tropical Depression # 2 has formed in the central Atlantic on Thursday morning. At 11 am, TD # 2 was located near 10.2 North, 41.4 West, and was moving west at 16 miles per hour. Maximum sustained winds were 35 miles per hour. TD # 2 is a small system that could strengthen enough to become the second named storm of the Atlantic season. But its long-term future is not good. TD # 2 will be moving into a hostile environment, and the forecast is that it should dissipate by late in the weekend, while it is still east of the Lesser Antilles. However, TD # 2’s remnants are likely to bring squally weather to the islands late on Sunday and into Monday.