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No Tropical Development Is Expected The Rest Of This Week Through This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Tropical Development May Become More Likely After About July 20th

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico is quiet, which is often the case during early July. Dry, dusty African air is found from the Lesser Antilles eastward to the coast of Africa (the areas that are black and rust colored on the satellite image below). The only item on the satellite imagery that is more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected This Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

It looks as if this week will be quiet across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico with no tropical development expected. A tropical wave, which flared up over the weekend and is now approaching the Lesser Antilles, has weakened considerably due to unfavorable conditions. This tropical wave is expected to bring scattered shower and more »

A Tropical Wave Halfway Between The Lesser Antilles & The Coast Of Africa Has Flared Up, However, Tropical Development Is Not Expected From It

A tropical wave is located about halfway between the Lesser Antilles and the coast of Africa (along 40 West Longitude) has exhibited an increase in shower and thunderstorm activity according to satellite imagery. In addition, analysis reveals that there is 10 to 20 knots of wind shear around this tropical wave, which is a decrease more »

No Tropical Development Is Currently Expected This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

A fairly active tropical wave located just east of the southern Lesser Antilles (along 55-57 West Longitude) is producing persistent shower and thunderstorm activity. Even though there is 15 to 25 knots of wind shear impacting this tropical wave, wind shear values are expected to increase to 30 to 40 knots when it tracks into more »

2 Tropical Waves Between The Lesser Antilles & The Coast Of Africa Are Not Expected To Develop; Elsewhere, No Tropical Development Is Expected The Rest Of This Week Through This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

A tropical wave about halfway between the Lesser Antilles and the coast of Africa (along 40-45 West Longitude) is producing some shower and thunderstorm activity. This tropical wave is surrounded by dry air and it is expected to continue tracking through dry, dusty air over the next several days. There is 10 to 20 knots more »

Quiet Tropical Weather Expected This Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are quiet today and tropical development is not expected this week and this quiet activity could last right into much of next week. Current weather analysis indicated there is a frontal boundary that stretches from the northeastern Gulf of Mexico eastward through north Florida and then offshore of more »

Bay Of Campeche Tropical Disturbance Not Expected To Develop

Invest 95-L In The Bay Of Campeche: A weak broad area of low pressure is now located in the Bay of Campeche. The shower and thunderstorm activity associated with this low pressure system is disorganized due to 20 to 30 knots of southwesterly wind shear pushing the convection off to the northeast. This low pressure more »

The Western Caribbean & The Gulf Of Mexico Is An Area To Keep An Eye On For Possible Tropical Development Over The Next 8 To 14 Days

Invest 95-L In The Northwestern Caribbean: A tropical wave with an associated low pressure system is located in the northwestern Caribbean. Satellite imagery indicated that there is only a little bit of shower and thunderstorm activity around Belize and the southern part of the Yucatan Peninsula. Looking at the environmental conditions, there is 20 knots more »

Tropical Development Is Possible From The Western Caribbean Into The Gulf Of Mexico During The 4th Of July Holiday Weekend

Tropical Wave Over The Central Caribbean Not Expected To Develop: A tropical wave located over the central Caribbean is producing quite a bit in the way of shower and thunderstorm activity from Jamaica and eastern Cuba eastward into Hispaniola and then northward into the southeastern Bahamas. Wind shear over the central Caribbean is between 30 more »

Tropical Depression #4 Strengthens Into Tropical Storm Danielle In The Southwestern Gulf Of Mexico; Beyond Danielle, We Are Keeping An Eye On Possible Tropical Development From June 30th Through The 4th Of July Holiday Weekend

Tropical Storm Danielle: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 20.6 North Latitude, 96.0 West Longitude or about 95 miles to the east-southeast of Tuxpan, Mexico. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1008 Millibars or 29.77 Inches. Forward Movement: West-Northwest at a forward speed of 7 mph. Tropical Depression #4 has strengthened into Tropical more »


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