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2017 Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Hurricane Season Forecast (Updated May 20th)

Summary: Latest indications continue to point to the potential that the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season may be more active across the central and eastern Atlantic than what we previously thought back in early April. The big reason for this forecast of a more active season is due to the fact that a El Nino may more »

A Tornado Outbreak Is Expected Starting This Afternoon & Continuing Through Tonight & Friday Across Much Of Kansas, Oklahoma & North Texas; Area Of Disturbed Weather Will Continue To Bring Heavy Rainfall & Flooding To Jamaica, Eastern Cuba & Hispaniola Today Through Friday & Saturday

Heavy Rain & Flash Flooding Expected To Continue Across Jamaica, Eastern Cuba & Hispaniola Today Through Friday & Saturday: A persistent trough of low pressure is located across the central Caribbean this morning. This trough of low pressure is combining with a tropical wave over the southwestern Caribbean to produce widespread shower and thunderstorm activity more »

Trough Of Low Pressure Over The Western Caribbean Will Produce Increased Rainfall This Week To Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, The Bahamas & Possibly Parts Of Central & South Florida

Satellite imagery and weather analysis this morning shows shower and thunderstorm activity occurring from parts of Central America through the western Caribbean. This shower and thunderstorm activity is also affecting parts of Cuba and the Bahamas. The reason for this convective activity is a trough of low pressure that is located over the western Caribbean more »

A Tropical Wave Entering The Eastern Caribbean Will Help To Bring Increased Rainfall Next Week To Hispaniola, Puerto Rico & The Bahamas; We Will Have To Watch It For Any Low Pressure Development & Outside Possibility Of Tropical Development

Satellite imagery and weather analysis indicates that there are two tropical waves that I am watching right now. The first is located in the eastern Caribbean along the 65 West Longitude line and the second is located just east of the Lesser Antilles along the 57 West Longitude line. Strong westerly wind shear is impacting more »

Updated Information On What The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season May Be Like

There is the possibility that the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season could be more active than what was previously thought. The latest data from the Canadian, NMME and European model are trending towards either an average or above average season in terms of the number of storms and hurricanes. These trends by the models will have more »

Eastern Pacific Tropical Development Continues To Be Possible By The Middle Part Of This Week; This System Has The Potential To Crossover Into The Western Caribbean Next Weekend

Eastern Pacific Tropical Development Is Quite Possible By Mid-Week With This System Having The Potential To Cross Central America & Move Into The Western Caribbean Next Weekend: An area of disturbed weather is located in the eastern Pacific very near 9 North Latitude and 90 West Longitude. Satellite loops indicate that there is a cyclonic more »

Eastern Pacific Tropical Development Likely Next Week Which Could Cross Central America & Move Into The Western Caribbean Late Next Week Or Next Weekend

Eastern Pacific Tropical Development Is Likely Next Week Which Has The Potential To Cross Central America & Move Into The Western Caribbean Late Next Week Or Next Weekend: It looks quite likely that the first tropical storm of the season will form in the eastern Pacific around early next week. The reason why I am more »

Another Round Of Heavy Rainfall, Flooding & Severe Weather Is Expected Across Southeastern Texas, Much Of Louisiana & Southern Mississippi Wednesday & Wednesday Night & Across Southern Alabama & The Florida Panhandle On Thursday & Thursday Night

An area of low pressure is forecast to strengthen as it moves across the Ozarks on Wednesday and into the Ohio Valley on Thursday. This storm system is forecast to drag a strong cold front across the entire Gulf Coast during Wednesday and Thursday. Heavy rainfall with flooding as well as the threat for severe more »

The Western Caribbean Will Be An Area To Watch For Possible Tropical Development Between May 8th & May 15th

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Is Possible Between May 8th & May 15th: The long range operational GFS model and GFS ensemble model guidance continues to hint at possible tropical development sometime between May 8th and May 15th. The weather pattern that could produce tropical development in the western Caribbean will include a strong cold front more »

Could We See Caribbean Tropical Development During The First Half Of May? It’s Possible

Caribbean Tropical Development Is Possible During The First Half Of May: The long range operational GFS model and its ensemble members continue to strongly hint at the potential for tropical development to occur somewhere in the Caribbean during the first 2 weeks of May. As I mentioned a couple of days ago, the idea of more »


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