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Remote Possibility Of Tropical Storm Development In The Caribbean During The Week Of November 12th

There is the very small chance that we could see the development of a tropical storm somewhere in the Caribbean during the week of November 12th. Some of the model guidance, the GFS model in particular, has been hinting at this possibility for at least the last couple of days. So, I want to go more »

No Significant Or Major Storm Systems Are Expected To Impact The United States, Atlantic Basin, Gulf Of Mexico Or Caribbean For At Least The Next Week

The weather for at least the next week is expected to be fairly quiet with no significant or major storm systems expected to impact the United States, Atlantic Basin, Gulf of Mexico or Caribbean. By about the period from November 10th to November 13th, a strong trough of low pressure may establish itself across the more »

Potential Tropical Storm Philippe Will Impact Western & Central Cuba & The Cayman Islands Today & Will Impact South Florida, The Florida Keys & The Northwestern Bahamas Tonight Through Sunday; Heavy Rain & Strong Wind Impacts To Areas From The Outer Banks Of North Carolina Through The Mid-Atlantic Coast To New York State & New England Are Expected From Sunday Through Monday

Potential Tropical Storm Philippe: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 20.8 North Latitude, 82.9 West Longitude or about 170 miles to the south of Havana, Cuba. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1005 Millibars or 29.68 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northeast at a forward speed of 22 mph. Invest 93-L was upgraded to a more »

Invest 93-L Located Over The Northwestern Caribbean Is Increasing In Organization & Has The Potential To Become A Tropical Storm Either Later Today Or On Saturday; Invest 93-L Is Expected To Impact The Cayman Islands & Western & Central Cuba Saturday & South Florida, The Florida Keys & The Northwestern Bahamas Saturday Night & Sunday; Heavy Rain & Strong Wind Impacts Are Expected From The Outer Banks Of North Carolina Through The Mid-Atlantic Coast To New York & New England Sunday Through Monday

Invest 93-L, which is an area of low pressure that is located over the northwestern Caribbean, is increasing in organization this morning with a concentrated area of thunderstorm activity occurring with this system. In addition, the environmental conditions are marginally favorable for development with 15-25 knots of wind shear impacting Invest 93-L. These marginally favorable more »

Invest 93-L Still Has The Potential To Become A Sub-Tropical Or Tropical Storm In The Northwestern Caribbean Or Near Southeast Florida; This Storm Has The Potential To Be A Major Storm System For Areas From Eastern North Carolina Through The Mid-Atlantic Coast To New York & New England From Sunday Through Monday

We continue to keep a very close eye on Invest 93-L, which is an area of low pressure that is located over the western Caribbean. Current satellite imagery indicates that the shower and thunderstorm activity is disorganized within an environment that is marginally favorable for development due to 15-25 knots of wind shear. The combination more »

A Western Caribbean Tropical Disturbance Has The Potential To Become A Significant Storm System For Areas From Eastern North Carolina Through The Mid-Atlantic States To New York & New England From Sunday Through Monday

Satellite imagery this morning indicates there is an increase in thunderstorm activity occurring over the western Caribbean. This increase in convection is associated with Invest 93-L, which is an area of disturbed weather located very near the eastern coast of Nicaragua. Analysis reveals that the combination of land interaction with Central America and wind shear more »

Development Of A Tropical Storm Over The Western Caribbean Remains Possible Between Wednesday & Friday With A Track Towards The Cayman Islands & Western Cuba Around Friday & Southeastern Florida & The Bahamas This Weekend

The western Caribbean will be the spot to watch throughout this week for signs of tropical development. Satellite imagery indicates there are shower and thunderstorm activity occurring from the southwestern Caribbean to the coasts of Nicaragua and Honduras. I think that the convection that is now happening over the southwestern Caribbean will be the area more »

The Chances For A Tropical Storm To Form Over The Western Caribbean Will Increase Between About Wednesday & Next Sunday

There is an area of disturbed weather over the northwestern Caribbean associated with a tropical wave that is positioned along 87 West Longitude. Satellite imagery indicates that there is some disorganized thunderstorm activity occurring across parts of the northwestern Caribbean. My analysis this morning indicates that an area of low pressure may be trying to more »

A Tropical Disturbance Over The Western Caribbean Will Be Monitored This Weekend Into Next Week For Signs Of Tropical Development

Satellite imagery and weather analysis indicates that there is a tropical disturbance over the western Caribbean that merits watching. Satellite imagery indicates that there is a flareup of shower and thunderstorm activity occurring over the western Caribbean along a westward moving tropical wave that is located along 78 West Longitude. Weather analysis indicates that there more »

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Remains Possible Late Next Week Into Next Weekend

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Remains Possible Late Next Week Into Next Weekend: Even though the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are quiet this morning with no areas that are going to develop anytime soon, we continue to closely monitor the potential for western Caribbean tropical development starting around late next week and continuing through more »


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