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Heavy Rainfall With Concerns For Flooding On Monday Across Southeast Texas & Southern & Southeastern Louisiana Due To Low Pressure Forming In The Gulf Of Mexico; This Gulf Of Mexico Low Pressure System Also May Bring Gale Conditions To Much Of The Gulf Of Mexico From Monday To Wednesday Of Next Week

I continue to keep a close eye on the potential for a heavy rainfall event that spreads eastward from southeastern Texas late Sunday night through Monday morning into southern and southeastern Louisiana during Monday afternoon and Monday evening. Total rainfall amounts upwards of 3 to 5 inches are possible across southeastern Texas and southern and more »

Heavy Rainfall With Concerns For Flooding Early Next Week Across Southeast Texas Due To Low Pressure Forming In The Gulf Of Mexico; This Gulf Of Mexico Low Pressure System Also May Bring Hazardous Winds & Seas To Much Of The Gulf Of Mexico From Monday To Thursday Of Next Week

We are going to have to keep an eye on the potential for the development of a low pressure system in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico during Monday into Tuesday of next week. This low pressure system may track from west to east across the Gulf of Mexico along and north of 25 North Latitude more »

Severe Weather With Tornadoes & Damaging Winds Expected Across Southeast Texas & Southwest Louisiana On Tuesday

The severe weather threat across southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana on Tuesday will include tornadoes and damaging wind gusts. The latest model guidance are forecasting the potential for very strong low-level wind shear which will combine with an already unstable atmosphere. The greatest threat for tornadic supercells will be from mid morning to mid afternoon more »

Mid February Through March Severe Weather Outlook

I have been reviewing and closely analyzing the very long range model guidance in relation to potential severe weather across the United States and I do not like what I see. So, I wanted to give everyone a heads up and say that the severe weather season across the country and especially across the central, more »

A Major Winter Storm Will Impact Central & Southern New England, Southeastern New York, Eastern Pennsylvania & Much Of New Jersey On Thursday With Heavy Snow & Blowing/Drifting Snow

A storm system is forecast to rapidly intensify off of the New Jersey coast early Thursday morning and move to a position just southeast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts by midday Thursday and then south of Nova Scotia by Thursday evening. This storm system promises to bring heavy amounts of snow with considerable blowing and drifting more »

La Nina Conditions Likely To Become A Neutral ENSO Within The Next 1 To 2 Months & Remain Neutral Through The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season

All signs are pointing towards our current La Nina to become neutral conditions either during February or March. These signs include ocean water temperatures in the eastern and central tropical Pacific, which are gradually warming up to near normal levels. I do think that there is a very good chance that we will see these more »

A First Look At What The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season May Be Like

Summary: A first look at the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season reveals that it could be a near average or slightly above average season. The factors that are influencing this preliminary forecast are warm ocean temperatures in the Atlantic and the forecast for a neutral ENSO during the summer and autumn of 2017. Details: After three more »


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