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No Tropical Development Is Expected Through At Least This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Tropical Development Is Possible During The First Week Of July In The Area From Near The US Southeast Coast Through The Bahamas Into The Eastern Gulf Of Mexico

No Tropical Development Is Expected Through At Least This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico: Activity is expected to be generally quiet across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico through this weekend and possibly through a good part of next week with no tropical development anticipated. One feature that is evident more »

Tropical Wave Near 10 North Latitude, 55 West Longitude Will Bring Squally Weather To The Central & Southern Lesser Antilles On Thursday; No Tropical Development Is Expected For At Least The Next Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Next Shot For Possible Tropical Development May Occur During The First 10 Days Of July

Tropical Wave Near 10 North Latitude, 55 West Longitude: Satellite imagery indicated that there is a westward moving tropical wave located very near 10 North Latitude, 55 West Longitude. An area of thunderstorms have flared up with this tropical wave, however, environmental conditions are not favorable for tropical development due to 15-25 knots of westerly more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Northwest Gulf Of Mexico Will Bring Heavy To Potentially Extremely Heavy Rainfall, Gusty Onshore Winds, Beach Erosion & Some Minor Coastal Flooding To Southern & Southeast Texas & Southwestern Louisiana From Today Through At Least Wednesday; Next Shot For Possible Tropical Development May Occur During The First 10 Days Of July

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Northwest Gulf Of Mexico: An area of disturbed weather is located over the northwestern Gulf of Mexico this morning. This disturbed weather is being caused by an upper level low pressure system interacting with a surface trough of low pressure. This area of disturbed weather is expected to get more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather In The West-Central Gulf Of Mexico Will Bring Heavy To Extremely Heavy Rainfall Amounts, Gusty Onshore Winds, Beach Erosion & Minor Coastal Flooding To Coastal Texas & Coastal Southwestern Louisiana Starting Later Today & Continuing Through At Least Wednesday

Area Of Disturbed Weather In The West-Central Gulf Of Mexico: An area of disturbed weather over the west-central Gulf of Mexico, which is being caused by the combination of a surface trough of low pressure and an upper level low pressure system, is expected to push into the western Gulf of Mexico by later today more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather That Extends From The Northwestern Caribbean To The Southern Gulf Of Mexico Will Bring Widespread Heavy Rainfall, Gusty Onshore Winds, Beach Erosion & Possibly Some Minor Coastal Flooding To Parts Of Coastal Texas & Coastal Louisiana Starting On Sunday & Continuing Into Next Week; Western Gulf Of Mexico Will Be The Spot To Watch For Possible Tropical Development Next Week

Area Of Disturbed Weather That Extends From The Northwestern Caribbean To The Southern Gulf Of Mexico: An area of disturbed weather extends from the northwestern Caribbean through the Yucatan Peninsula into the southern Gulf of Mexico this morning. This system is expected to push northwestward reaching the western Gulf of Mexico by Sunday and potentially more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Yucatan Peninsula Will Bring Widespread Heavy Rainfall, Gusty Onshore Winds, Beach Erosion & Possibly Some Minor Coastal Flooding To Parts Of Coastal Texas & Coastal Louisiana This Weekend Into Early Next Week

Invest 91-L Located Over The Yucatan Peninsula: An area of disturbed weather, designated Invest 91-L by the National Hurricane Center, is currently located over the Yucatan Peninsula and will push into the Bay of Campeche and then the western Gulf of Mexico over the next 2 to 3 days. Invest 91-L will continue to be more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Western Caribbean (Invest 91-L) Will Bring Widespread & Potentially Heavy Rainfall To Parts Of Texas & Louisiana This Weekend Into Early Next Week; Also, Keep An Eye On The Area Off Of The Florida East Coast For Signs Of Possible Tropical Development This Weekend

Invest 91-L Located Over The Western Caribbean: An area of disturbed weather now located over the western Caribbean, designated Invest 91-L by the National Hurricane Center, is expected to reach the Bay of Campeche by the end of this week and the western Gulf of Mexico this weekend. Invest 91-L still needs to be watched more »

Western Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Remains Possible Between Friday & Sunday

Western Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Remains Possible Between Friday & Sunday: An area of deep thunderstorm activity now occurring over the southwestern Caribbean is expected to push west-northwest to northwestward this week reaching the northwestern Caribbean by late Tuesday into Wednesday and then the Bay of Campeche by around Thursday or Friday. This system more »

The Chances Are Gradually Increasing For Tropical Development From The Northwestern Caribbean Between Wednesday & Thursday To The Western & Central Gulf Of Mexico From Friday To Sunday

The Chances Are Gradually Increasing For Tropical Development From The Northwestern Caribbean Between Wednesday & Thursday To The Western & Central Gulf Of Mexico From Friday To Sunday: It looks like the western half of the Caribbean will be the spot to watch for potential tropical development during this upcoming week with the potential tropical more »

Tropical Development Is Not Expected Through This Weekend Into Early Next Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Very Low Chance For Tropical Development From The Northwestern Caribbean To The Gulf Of Mexico Between Wednesday & Saturday Of Next Week

Generally, the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are quiet this morning with no areas that are going to develop through this weekend into early next week, at the minimum. All of the activity is currently occurring over the eastern Pacific with Major Hurricane Aletta and a second tropical disturbance that is likely to develop more »


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