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Tropical Storm Cindy Has Made Landfall In Southwestern Louisiana; No Tropical Development Is Expected Throughout The Rest Of The Atlantic Basin For At Least The Next Few Days

Tropical Storm Cindy: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 29.9 North Latitude, 93.6 West Longitude or about 30 miles to the west-southwest of Lake Charles, Louisiana. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 994 Millibars or 29.36 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 12 mph. Tropical Storm Cindy has made landfall more »

Tropical Storm Cindy Will Produce Significant To Major Life-Threatening Flash Flooding Across The Northern U.S. Gulf Coast From Today Through Thursday

Tropical Storm Cindy: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 27.5 North Latitude, 92.2 West Longitude or about 165 miles to the south-southwest of Morgan City, Louisiana. Maximum Winds: 60 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 996 Millibars or 29.41 Inches. Forward Movement: Northwest at a forward speed of 8 mph. Even though Tropical Storm Cindy has more »

Tropical Storm Cindy Likely To Form Very Soon & Will Impact Much Of The Northern Gulf Coast From Today Through Wednesday & Thursday

Potential Tropical Cyclone #3: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 25.9 North Latitude, 90.5 West Longitude or about 265 miles to the south of Morgan City, Louisiana. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 999 Millibars or 29.50 Inches. Forward Movement: Northwest at a forward speed of 10 mph. Potential Tropical Cyclone #3 which more »

Invest 93-L Moving Into The Southern Gulf Of Mexico & Is Expected To Impact The Texas & Louisiana Coast As A Tropical Storm By Wednesday & Thursday; Potential Tropical Cyclone #2 Will Impact The Southern Lesser Antilles As A Tropical Storm Tonight Through Tuesday

Invest 93-L Moving Into The Southern Gulf Of Mexico: An area of low pressure, designated Invest 93-L by the National Hurricane Center, is now entering the southern Gulf of Mexico and is located just north of the Yucatan Peninsula according to surface weather observations and visible satellite loops. Satellite imagery also indicates there is deep more »

Tropical Storm Warnings Posted For Barbados, St. Vincent & The Grenadines

Potential Tropical Cyclone #2: 5 pm EDT/4 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 7.5 North Latitude, 50.4 West Longitude or about 815 miles to the east-southeast of the Windward Islands. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1008 Millibars or 29.77 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 23 mph. The tropical disturbance, Invest 92-L, more »

Both Invest 93-L Moving From The Northwestern Caribbean To The Gulf Of Mexico & Invest 92-L Which Is Approaching The Southern Lesser Antilles Have A Very High Chance Of Becoming Tropical Storms Over The Next Day Or Two

There is a lot to discuss today, so let’s get right into it: Invest 93-L Located Over The Northwestern Caribbean: Invest 93-L which is located in the northwestern Caribbean is becoming better organized this morning as satellite imagery indicates there is deep convection occurring across the northwestern Caribbean. The low pressure system associated with Invest more »

The Development Of Two Tropical Storms, One In The Northwestern Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico & The Second Approaching The Southern Lesser Antilles, Are Quite Possible Over The Next Couple Of Days

Low Pressure Located Over The Northwestern Caribbean: Satellite imagery is showing a large area of disturbed weather that is located over the western and northwestern Caribbean. Weather analysis indicates there is a broad area of low pressure that is associated with this area of disturbed weather. Widespread shower and thunderstorm activity is occurring with the more »

The Western Caribbean & The Central & Eastern Atlantic Will Need To Be Monitored Closely For Tropical Development This Weekend

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Remains Quite Possible This Weekend: The combination of a tropical wave now located over the western Caribbean and a trough of low pressure located over Central America has the potential to gel into an area of low pressure that develops over the northwestern Caribbean this weekend. This low pressure system has more »

Two Potential Tropical Systems To Keep An Eye On – The First One In The Western Caribbean & The Second One Over The Eastern Atlantic

Western Caribbean In Tropical Development Is Increasingly More Likely This Weekend: We are closely monitoring the western Caribbean as satellite imagery indicates there are widespread shower and thunderstorm activity occurring across much of the western Caribbean. This is in association with an approaching tropical wave which is likely to interact with a trough of low more »

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Remains A Possibility Late This Week Into This Weekend; We Also Need To Watch A Tropical Disturbance Near The Coast Of Africa For Tropical Development This Weekend Into Early Next Week As It Moves Towards The Lesser Antilles

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Possible Late This Week Or This Weekend: It continues to look possible that we could see some sort of tropical development occur by either the end of this week or during this upcoming weekend. This potential tropical development could occur in the western Caribbean as an area of low pressure takes more »


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