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Southwestern Caribbean Tropical Development Remains Quite Possible Next Week

We are now keeping an eye on a tropical disturbance located in the eastern Caribbean for signs of possible tropical development which may occur next week in the southwestern Caribbean. This area of disturbed weather is an area of low pressure located near 15 North Latitude, 65 West Longitude which satellite imagery indicates is producing more »

Southwestern Caribbean Tropical Development Is Possible Next Week

It is looking a little more likely that we may see tropical development in the southwestern Caribbean at some point next week. All of the latest model guidance including the GFS, European and Canadian models continue to forecast the development of a late season tropical storm by the early to middle part of next week. more »

Could We See One Last Tropical Depression Or Tropical Storm During The Week Of November 14th? Model Guidance Says We Could See Tropical Development In The Southwestern Caribbean

Some of the model guidance are hinting at the possibility of some sort of late season tropical mischief in the western Caribbean around the middle part of this month. Even though I am skeptical regarding this potential due to the fact that a large part of the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are now more »

This Weekend’s US Weather Outlook

For This Weekend: A frontal system is forecast to move across the Florida Peninsula tonight through Saturday. Showers and thunderstorms are expected along and ahead of this frontal system across mainly south Florida on Saturday into Saturday evening. An upper level piece of energy pushing across the northeastern United States will produce rain showers throughout more »

Some Strong To Severe Thunderstorms Late This Afternoon & This Evening Across Parts Of North & West Texas, Oklahoma, Eastern Kansas, Missouri & Illinois

There are a couple of areas to watch for a couple of strong to severe thunderstorms to form later this afternoon into this evening. The first area is from about Midland and Lubbock, Texas to Lawton, Oklahoma and the other area to watch is from Tulsa, Oklahoma through much of eastern Kansas, much of Missouri more »

Significant Weather Pattern Shift To Cold & Stormy Is Expected By Mid-November Across The Eastern United States

It is looking very likely that there will be a significant weather pattern shift from warm and quiet to cold and stormy by mid-November across the eastern United States. Until then, a large ridge of high pressure will build over much of the eastern United States this week bringing very warm and dry weather across more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Northwestern Caribbean Will Produce Heavy Rainfall & Flooding Across Cuba, The Cayman Islands, The Eastern Yucatan Peninsula, Jamaica & The Florida Straits From Today Through This Weekend

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Northwestern Caribbean: An area of disturbed weather is producing shower and thunderstorm activity across the northern Caribbean near the south coast of Cuba. The actual low pressure system associated with this disturbed weather is located just north of the northern coast of Honduras near 29 North Latitude, 84 West more »

Wednesday’s United States Weather Outlook

Severe Weather Risk From This Afternoon Into This Evening: Some strong to isolated severe thunderstorms are possible this afternoon into this evening across parts of central and eastern Oklahoma, southwestern Missouri and western Arkansas ahead of a southeastward moving cold front. The environmental conditions across these areas will be favorable enough for a couple of more »

US & Caribbean Weather Outlook For Monday October 24

From This Afternoon Through Wednesday: A large area of high pressure is forecast to continue pushing southeast out of southern Canada into the northern Great Lakes this afternoon. This high pressure ridge will bring nice fall weather to much of the eastern United States this afternoon into tonight. The exceptions will be across areas near more »

Western Caribbean Or Bahamas Tropical Development Is Possible By Late Next Week Or Next Weekend

The area from the western Caribbean to the Bahamas may be an area to watch for potential tropical development as soon as late next week or next weekend with this threat continuing into the first few days of November. The reason why I think this is because the model guidance are picking up on the more »


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