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Tropical Storm Emily Has Formed Just West Of Tampa; Tropical Storm Warnings Issued For West Coast Of Florida From Anclote River To Bonita Beach

Tropical Storm Emily: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 27.7 North Latitude, 83.2 West Longitude or about 45 miles to the west-southwest of Tampa, Florida. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1006 Millibars or 29.71 Inches. Forward Movement: East at a forward speed of 8 mph. Surprisingly and frankly unexpectedly, Tropical Storm Emily more »

The Area From The Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico To Off Of The US Southeast Coast Will Be Watched For Signs Of Tropical Development This Week; A Tropical Disturbance Over The Far Eastern Atlantic Will Be Monitored For Possible Tropical Development This Week As It Pushes Westward

Area From The Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico To Off Of The US Southeast Coast Will Be Watched For Signs Of Possible Tropical Development This Week: A frontal system is currently pushing into the northern Gulf of Mexico. Satellite and radar loops indicate that there is shower and thunderstorm activity occurring from the northern and northeastern more »

Tropical Disturbance Over The Central Atlantic Has A Lower Chance To Develop Into A Tropical Cyclone, However, Tropical Disturbances Over The Eastern Atlantic Will Be Monitored

Tropical Disturbance Over The Central Atlantic Has A Lower Chance To Develop Into A Tropical Cyclone, However, Tropical Disturbances Over The Eastern Atlantic Will Be Monitored: An area of disturbed weather over the central Atlantic near 11 North Latitude, 37 West Longitude is less organized as compared to this time yesterday. Satellite imagery indicates that more »

Tropical Disturbance Over The Eastern Atlantic Has A Chance To Slowly Develop As It Moves Westward Over The Next Week Or So

Tropical Disturbance Over The Eastern Atlantic Has A Chance To Slowly Develop As It Pushes Westward Over The Next Week Or So: Two tropical waves, one located along 40 West Longitude and another located along 30 West Longitude are interacting with the Inter-Tropical Convective Zone and are producing shower and thunderstorm activity across a large more »

Two Areas To Watch For Tropical Development – (1) From The Far Eastern Atlantic To Western Africa This Weekend Into Next Week & (2) The Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico This Weekend

Tropical Disturbances Over The Far Eastern Atlantic & Western Africa Are Being Watched For Tropical Development This Weekend Into Next Week: Even though a majority of the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are quiet, there are two tropical disturbances – one over the far eastern Atlantic very near 25 West Longitude and the second more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected This Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Tropical Development Chances Will Gradually Begin To Increase Next Week With Things Becoming Very Busy Very Quickly Starting During The Period From August 7th to August 18th

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are very quiet and tropical development is not expected this week. The reason why it is quiet is because there is quite a bit of dry air across a large part of the Atlantic and this dry air is suppressing convection. In addition, there is a downward motion more »

We May Have To Watch For Tropical Development Near The US Southeast Coast Late Next Week Into Next Weekend; Start Preparing Now For A Very Busy August In Terms Of Tropical Storms & Hurricanes Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

We May Have To Watch For Tropical Development Near The US Southeast Coast Late Next Week Into Next Weekend: The area near the southeastern US coast between eastern North Carolina and eastern Florida may need to be watched for possible tropical development. The reason for this potential tropical development is because a rather strong frontal more »

Invest 96-L Located Between The Lesser Antilles & The Cape Verde Islands Is Being Monitored, However, Development Chances Are Very Low; Start Preparing Now For A Very Busy August In Terms Of Tropical Storms & Hurricanes Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

Invest 96-L Located Halfway Between The Lesser Antilles & The Cape Verde Islands Or Along 45 West Longitude: An area of disturbed weather, designated Invest 96-L, is located about halfway between the Lesser Antilles and the Cape Verde Islands. Satellite imagery this morning indicates that the shower and thunderstorm activity is disorganized with bursts of more »

Tropical Storm Don Is Expected To Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To Barbados & The Southern Lesser Antilles This Afternoon Through Tonight

Tropical Storm Don: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 11.4 North Latitude, 57.0 West Longitude or about 210 miles to the southeast of Barbados. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1010 Millibars or 29.82 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 18 mph. Satellite imagery this morning indicates that Don is more »

Tropical Storm Don Forms East Of The Southern Lesser Antilles; Tropical Storm Conditions Likely Tuesday Afternoon & Tuesday Night Across The Southern Lesser Antilles & Barbados

Tropical Storm Don: 5 pm EDT/4 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 11.2 North Latitude, 52.6 West Longitude or about 485 miles to the east-southeast of Barbados. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1009 Millibars or 29.80 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 17 mph. This is a quick update to let everyone more »


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