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Western Caribbean, Bay Of Campeche & Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Remains Quite Possible From Next Weekend Into The Week Of June 19th

It still looks quite possible that we will see tropical development first in the western Caribbean next weekend with this system moving into the Bay of Campeche and some part of the Gulf of Mexico during the week of June 19th. All of the model guidance are in fairly good agreement with showing the scenario more »

Western Caribbean, Bay Of Campeche & Western Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Is A Possibility Between June 15th & June 20th

For at least the past couple of weeks, I have mentioned on a few occasions that we are going to have to really watch the western Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico for potential tropical development starting next week and beyond. This word of caution was based on looking at the upcoming weather pattern and more »

Low Pressure Over The Northern Gulf Of Mexico Will Continue To Bring Heavy Rainfall To Florida Today Through Wednesday Before It Becomes A Coastal Storm For Areas From Coastal North Carolina To New England Late This Week

Weather analysis of satellite, radar, surface and upper-air data indicates that there is a surface low pressure system located over the northern Gulf of Mexico very near the mouth of the Mississippi River. Radar loops of the southeastern United States indicates there are fairly widespread shower and thunderstorm activity occurring with concentrated activity occurring in more »

Low Pressure In The Southern Gulf Of Mexico Is Unlikely To Undergo Tropical Development, But It Will Continue To Bring Heavy Rainfall From Southeastern Texas To The Florida Peninsula Throughout This Coming Week

Satellite imagery and other weather analysis indicates that there is an area of low pressure located in the southern Gulf of Mexico. This low pressure system is the remnants of eastern Pacific Tropical Storm Beatriz. Satellite imagery over the past several hours has indicated there is some flareup of shower and thunderstorm activity occurring close more »

We Will Be Keeping An Eye On The Gulf Of Mexico This Weekend Into Next Week For Possible Tropical Development & Then The Area Around The Yucatan Peninsula Starting Around June 10th For Another Chance For Tropical Development

Current weather analysis showed a surge of moisture streaming northeastward into the Gulf of Mexico and across the Florida Panhandle. This moisture stream is from a eastern Pacific tropical depression that is making landfall in southern Mexico. The eastern Pacific tropical depression is expected to move across southern Mexico and will continue to produce heavy more »

Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Remains Possible This Weekend Or Next Week

We are closely watching a tropical depression in the eastern Pacific as it has the potential to track over Mexico and attempt to redevelop into a tropical cyclone in the Gulf of Mexico sometime this weekend or early next week. Given that the environmental conditions across the Gulf of Mexico are highly unfavorable due to more »

Very Slim Chance For Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development This Weekend Into Next Week

There is a very slim chance that we could see some sort of tropical development in the western and northern Gulf of Mexico between this weekend and early next week. The model guidance such as the European and the UKMET models which had previously been forecasting tropical development have now dropped this idea. The reason more »

Western Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Is Possible From Next Weekend Into The Week Of June 5th

We may need to watch the western and possibly the northern Gulf of Mexico for the potential for some sort of tropical development by next weekend. Some of the model guidance, especially the European, UKMET and even the Canadian model guidance, is hinting at some energy and moisture spilling over from the eastern Pacific into more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

Weather analysis today indicates that tropical development is not expected through this weekend and likely into next week. A tropical wave located to the east of the Lesser Antilles near 50 West Longitude, which exhibited a flareup of shower and thunderstorm activity yesterday, now has minimal shower activity with it. This tropical wave is expected more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico For The Rest Of This Month

Current indications are that the chance for tropical development are nearly zero for at least the next 7 to 10 days, if not longer. Environmental conditions across much of the Atlantic, all of the Gulf of Mexico and all of the Caribbean are highly unfavorable due to strong westerly and northwesterly wind shear. Obviously, I more »


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