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Nate Will Impact Southeastern Louisiana, Southern Mississippi, Southern Alabama & The Western Florida Panhandle With Hurricane Conditions From Saturday Night Into Sunday

Tropical Storm Nate: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 17.8 North Latitude, 84.8 West Longitude or about 230 miles to the south-southeast of Cozumel, Mexico. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 996 Millibars or 29.41 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northwest at a forward speed of 14 mph. Nate appears to be strengthening as strong more »

Thursday Evening Update On Nate – Threat Is Increasing For A Hurricane Impact For Southeastern Louisiana & Southern Mississippi, Including The New Orleans Metro For Saturday Night Through Sunday

Tropical Storm Nate: 5 pm EDT/4 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 14.9 North Latitude, 84.3 West Longitude or about 425 miles to the south-southeast of Cozumel, Mexico. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1000 Millibars or 29.53 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northwest at a forward speed of 10 mph. Quick evening update to let you know more »

Tropical Depression #16 Has Strengthened Into Tropical Storm Nate Over The Southwestern Caribbean; Nate Has The Potential To Be A Hurricane When It Impacts The Northern US Gulf Coast Between Gulfport, Mississippi & Gulf Shores, Alabama Saturday Night Through Sunday; Everyone From Southern Louisiana To The Florida Panhandle Needs To Closely Monitor This System For Hurricane Impacts Saturday Night Through Sunday

Tropical Storm Nate: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 13.9 North Latitude, 83.4 West Longitude or about 10 miles to the south of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 999 Millibars or 29.50 Inches. Forward Movement: Northwest at a forward speed of 8 mph. Thunderstorm activity over Nate has increased more »

Invest 90-L Is Likely To Become Tropical Storm Nate Within The Next 24 Hours & Likely Will Be Hurricane Nate As It Heads Towards The Northern US Gulf Coast This Weekend; Everyone From Southeastern Louisiana To The Florida Panhandle Needs To Closely Monitor This System For Hurricane Impacts Sunday & Monday

Invest 90-L Located Over The Southwestern Caribbean: Invest 90-L, which is located over the southwestern Caribbean, is gradually organizing and it looks very likely that it will become a tropical depression and then Tropical Storm Nate within the next 24 hours or so. This increase in organization includes deep thunderstorm activity firing right over the more »

Tuesday Evening Update – Invest 90-L Located Over The Southwestern Caribbean Has The Potential To Become Tropical Storm Nate In The Northwestern Caribbean By Friday & Possibly Hurricane Nate As It Heads Across The Gulf Of Mexico This Weekend; Everyone From Southeastern Louisiana To The Florida Panhandle Needs To Closely Monitor This System For Possible Hurricane Impacts Sunday & Monday

Invest 90-L Located Over The Southwestern Caribbean: Satellite imagery and weather analysis indicates that an area of low pressure has formed over the southwestern Caribbean. This low pressure system is now designated Invest 90-L by the National Hurricane Center. Invest 90-L is producing shower and thunderstorm activity which seems to have increased some today. The more »

Watching Two Systems – One Moving West From The Northern Bahamas To South Florida Over The Next Couple Of Days & A More Important System That Will Be Moving Into The Northwestern Caribbean Late This Week – For Signs Of Tropical Development

Watching Two Systems – One Moving West From The Bahamas To South Florida Over The Next Couple Of Days & A More Important System That Will Be Moving Into The Northwestern Caribbean Late This Week – For Signs Of Tropical Development: The weather pattern from the Bahamas through the Gulf of Mexico into the western more »

Tropical Development Remains Quite Possible From The Northwestern Caribbean Into The Southern Gulf Of Mexico Late This Week Through This Weekend

Tropical Development Remains Quite Possible From The Northwestern Caribbean Into The Southern Gulf Of Mexico Late This Week Through This Weekend: We are keeping a very close eye on the area from the the northwestern Caribbean into the southern Gulf of Mexico for signs of tropical development late this week through this weekend. There are more »

Invest 99-L Will Bring Up To 40-50 mph Wind Gusts, Heavy Rain & High Surf Across The Beaches & Coastal Waters Of Northeast Florida, East-Central Florida & Southeast Georgia This Weekend; Tropical Development Remains A Possibility In The Western Caribbean & Southern Gulf Of Mexico Late Next Week & Next Weekend

Invest 99-L Located Over The Florida Peninsula: Invest 99-L, which is a trough of low pressure, is located near Cape Canaveral, Florida is combining with an upper level low pressure that is located over the eastern Gulf of Mexico to produce some shower and thunderstorm activity over the eastern Gulf of Mexico as well as more »

Invest 99-L Will Bring Up To 40-50 mph Winds, Heavy Rain & High Surf Across The Beaches & Coastal Waters Of Northeast Florida, East-Central Florida & Southeast Georgia This Weekend; Tropical Development Remains A Possibility In The Western Caribbean & Southern Gulf Of Mexico Late Next Week & Next Weekend

Invest 99-L Located From The Northwestern Caribbean Through Western Cuba To South Florida: An area of disturbed weather, designated Invest 99-L, is located from the northwestern Caribbean through western Cuba to south Florida. Satellite imagery indicates that the shower and thunderstorm activity is disorganized. This entire area of disturbed weather is expected to push northward more »

Tropical Development Is A Possibility Near The East Coast Of Florida This Weekend; Tropical Development Is Also A Possibility In The Western Caribbean & Southeastern Gulf Of Mexico Next Week & Next Weekend

Tropical Development Is A Possibility Near The East Coast Of Florida This Weekend: An area of disturbed weather is currently located over the northwestern Caribbean this morning. This disturbance is expected to move to the north-northeast over the next couple of days reaching a position near the east coast of the Florida Peninsula this weekend. more »


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