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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 »

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Is A Possibility Next Week

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Is A Possibility For Next Week: There continues to be the possibility for some sort of tropical development to occur across the western Caribbean next week as a ridge of high pressure builds over the northeastern United States this coming weekend and causes the barometric pressures to lower over the western more »

Invest 92-L Has The Potential To Become A Tropical Storm As It Moves Near Bermuda Late Tonight & Tuesday; Western Caribbean Tropical Development Is Possible Next Week

Invest 92-L Located About 175 Miles To The North-Northeast Of The Turks & Caicos Islands: An area of disturbed weather, designated Invest 92-L, is gradually becoming better organized as it moves to the northeast of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Indications are that Invest 92-L is producing tropical storm force winds and there is the more »

Overall Quiet Across The Atlantic Basin, However, There Are A Couple Of Items To Keep An Eye On

Even though generally the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are quiet this morning with no areas of disturbed weather that are expected to develop immediately, there are a couple of items that should be monitored. The first area that I am keeping an eye on is an area of disturbed weather located about 350 more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Will Bring Enhanced Rainfall & Gusty Winds To The Northern Bahamas & Parts Of Florida Over The Next Several Days, However, Tropical Development Is Highly Unlikely

There is an area of disturbed weather that is now moving into the Bahamas and is associated with a mid to upper level low pressure system. This area of disturbed weather is expected to push westward reaching the Florida Straits on Thursday and Thursday night before moving into the eastern and southeastern Gulf of Mexico more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Located To The Northeast Of Puerto Rico Will Head Westward This Week Reaching The Bahamas & Florida Late This Week

Satellite imagery indicates there is an area of disturbed weather that is located about 300 miles to the northeast of Puerto Rico near 25 North Latitude, 63 West Longitude. This disturbed weather is mainly an upper level low pressure system that is producing some shower and thunderstorm activity, however, the convection is not particularly organized. more »

Hurricane Nate Continues To Strengthen & Everyone Across Southeastern Louisiana, Southern Mississippi, Southern Alabama & The Western Florida Panhandle Needs To Be Prepared To The Impact Of A Category 2 Or Category 3 Hurricane From This Evening Through The Overnight Hours Of Tonight Into Very Early Sunday Morning

Hurricane Nate: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 25.7 North Latitude, 88.0 West Longitude or about 245 miles to the south-southeast of the Mouth of the Mississippi River. Maximum Winds: 85 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 986 Millibars or 29.12 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northwest at a forward speed of 22 mph. Nate continues to strengthen more »

URGENT UPDATE – Nate Has Become A Hurricane & Appears To Be Rapidly Intensifying; Everyone Across Southeastern Louisiana, Southern Mississippi, Southern Alabama & The Western Florida Panhandle Needs To Be Prepared To The Impact Of A Category 2 Or Category 3 Hurricane Saturday Night Into Sunday

Hurricane Nate: 11:30 pm EDT/10:30 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 22.4 North Latitude, 86.3 West Longitude or about 495 miles to the south-southeast of the Mouth of the Mississippi River. Maximum Winds: 75 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 988 Millibars or 29.18 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northwest at a forward speed of 22 mph. Data from reconnaissance aircraft more »


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