According to the National Hurricane Center, Tropical Depression #4 has degenerated.
Satellite data and surface observations indicate that the depression no longer has a closed circulation, and the cyclone has degenerated into a tropical wave. Showers associated with the system have continued to diminish and remain disorganized.
Based on the lack of organization, the National Hurricane Center will no longer issue advisories on this system. The remnants of this cyclone will continue to move toward the west-northwest today, but environmental conditions are not favorable for regeneration.
Experts believe this Atlantic Hurricane Season, which runs through to the end of November, will be a busy one. Dr. Phil Klotzbach and the experts at Colorado State University updated their seasonal outlook again on July 5, showing a much more active than normal season expected. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) also released their own forecast which shows this hurricane season to be likely more active than others.