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Low Pressure Will Bring Much Needed Rainfall To Central & South Florida Tonight Through Sunday & Then Heavy Rain & Gusty Winds From The Coastal Carolinas To The Mid-Atlantic States On Monday

An Area Of Low Pressure Located In The Southeastern Gulf Of Mexico Which Will Move Over South Florida On Sunday: An area of low pressure is currently located over the southeastern Gulf of Mexico. This low pressure system is producing shower and thunderstorm activity across much of the southeastern Gulf of Mexico as well as more »

Tropical Depression #1 Has Strengthened Into Tropical Storm Arlene Way Out In The Atlantic; Besides Arlene, We Are Also Monitoring An Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Northwestern Caribbean

Tropical Storm Arlene: 5 pm EDT/4 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 37.7 North Latitude, 42.0 West Longitude or about 815 miles to the west of the Azores. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 993 Millibars or 29.33 Inches. Forward Movement: West-Northwest at a forward speed of 25 mph. Thunderstorm activity with the depression out in more »

Sub-Tropical Depression #1 Has Formed Way Out In The Atlantic & Is Of No Threat To Land

Sub-Tropical Depression #1: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 31.9 North Latitude, 40.9 West Longitude or about 890 miles to the west-southwest of the Azores. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 995 Millibars or 29.39 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northeast at a forward speed of 8 mph. The non-tropical low pressure system, designated Invest more »

Invest 91-L Located In The Middle Of The Atlantic Continues To Have A Chance To Become A Sub-Tropical System This Week As It Meanders Around; The Formation Of Another Sub-Tropical System Could Happen Again Next Week Over The Western Atlantic

Invest 91-L, which is a large low pressure system located out in the middle of the Atlantic near 31 North Latitude, 44 West Longitude, has had a slight increase in shower and thunderstorm activity this morning according to satellite imagery. This slight increase in convection could be due to the fact that Invest 91-L is more »

Invest 91-L Located In The Middle Of The Atlantic Will Meander Around This Week & Has A Chance Of Becoming A Tropical System

A large low pressure system located out in the middle of the Atlantic near 32 North Latitude, 47 West Longitude has been labeled Invest 91-L by the National Hurricane Center. This low pressure system is producing 40 to 50 knot winds and seas of up to 25 feet around this low pressure center. Fortunately, these more »

Eastern & Central Caribbean Heavy Rainfall & Flood Threat Expected For The Next Week

The overall environment across the eastern Caribbean looks favorable to produce heavy rainfall and potential flooding starting later today and continuing through all of this weekend and possibly into at least the first half of next week. This heavy rainfall/flood threat may then spread into the central Caribbean as we get into the middle part more »

Area Of Low Pressure Between Puerto Rico & Bermuda Has A Very Small Chance Of Developing Into A Sub-Tropical Storm

I am monitoring an area of low pressure currently located about halfway between Puerto Rico and Bermuda near 27 North Latitude and 67 West Longitude for signs of possible sub-tropical development over the next couple of days or so. Right now, this low pressure system is non-tropical in nature and is expected to meander around more »

2017 Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Hurricane Season Forecast

Summary: The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season is likely to be less active than the 2016 Hurricane season, however, the number of named storms this year is expected to be near or slightly less than average. A big reason for this is due to fact that a weak to moderate El Niño is expected to develop more »

An Outbreak Of Severe Thunderstorms With Strong To Violent Tornadoes, Very Large Hail & Damaging Winds Is Expected The Rest Of Today Through Tonight Into Thursday Morning Across Much Of The Southeastern United States

Summary: Extremely dangerous weather is expected for the rest of today through tonight across much of Alabama, all of Georgia, all of the Florida Panhandle, all of South Carolina, middle and eastern Tennessee and central Kentucky. An outbreak of severe thunderstorms with tornadoes, a few of which will be strong to violent, very large hail more »

Could We See A May Or Early June Tropical Storm This Year? It’s Definitely Possible

Over the past month or so I have noticed that areas of disturbed weather have been left behind in the area between the Bahamas and Bermuda. So far, these areas of disturbed weather have not had enough time to develop into anything more than a low pressure system – although, we came very close to more »


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