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Sub-Tropical Storm Development Remains Quite Possible East Of The Bahamas This Weekend Into Early Next Week

As I mentioned yesterday, it appears quite possible that we could see sub-tropical storm development east of the Bahamas either during this weekend or during early next week. As of today, it looks like the chances are rising that sub-tropical storm development could in fact occur between Sunday and Tuesday. The reason why we may more »

Sub-Tropical Storm Development Is Possible East Of The Bahamas This Weekend

Sub-Tropical Storm development is a distinct possibility east of the Bahamas this weekend. A frontal system now pushing into the northern Bahamas is forecast to lift out to the northeast by Friday leaving behind a piece of energy near the Turks and Caicos Islands. A ridge of high pressure is forecast to build to the more »

A Very Active Severe Weather Pattern Is Expected For At Least The Next Couple Of Weeks From The Central & Southern Plains States Through The Southeastern & Midwestern United States

A very active severe weather pattern will be in place across the central and southern United States for at least the next couple of weeks. In my opinion, the upcoming weather pattern over the next couple of weeks looks to be one of the more active severe weather patterns that the United States has seen more »

Severe Weather Is A Possibility Across The Southern Plains States On Thursday & Friday & Across The Southeastern United States Next Saturday

An upper level trough of low pressure is forecast push eastward out of the southwestern United States into the southern Plains states by late next week and then into the eastern Great Lakes by next weekend. There is expected to be enough moisture, energy and unstable air to lead to the potential for severe weather more »

Severe Weather Chances Look To Increase By Later Next Week Across The Southern United States From The Southern Plains States Next Thursday To The Southeastern United States Next Friday

All of the weather model guidance, including the GFS, European and Canadian models, are forecasting that a robust storm system will form over the southern Plains States around next Thursday and then move northeastward reaching the upper Great Lakes region towards late next Friday into next Saturday. A frontal system attached to this storm system more »

Record Cold Temperatures With Hard Freezes Are Expected Across The Mid-Atlantic States & Southeastern United States On Tuesday Night/Wednesday Morning & Wednesday Night/Thursday Morning

A strong storm system will bring widespread 12 to 18 inch snow totals and blizzard conditions to the Mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States late tonight through Tuesday. For those of you across the Northeastern US & Mid-Atlantic States from Maine to Maryland, travel will be extremely difficult, if not impossible at times from late tonight more »

Coastal Storm Will Bring Gale To Storm Force Winds & Some Coastal Flooding From Coastal North Carolina To Coastal New England Late Monday Night Through Tuesday & Part Of Wednesday & Heavy Snow & Blizzard Conditions To The Northeastern United States On Tuesday & Tuesday Night

An area of low pressure is forecast to take shape along the North Carolina coast between Cape Hatteras and Cape Fear on Monday night and move northeastward reaching Nantucket, Massachusetts early Tuesday afternoon. This storm system is then forecast to move through the central and northern Gulf of Maine late Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday night more »

Ocean Water Temperatures In The Western Atlantic & The Gulf Of Mexico Are The Warmest On Record; What Could This Mean For The Severe Weather Season & The Atlantic Hurricane Season

This has been a winter of records across much of the United States. First and foremost, ocean water temperatures across the western Atlantic are currently the warmest on record, especially across the Gulf of Mexico. In addition, the ocean water temperatures across the Gulf of Mexico and the western Atlantic are the warmest start to more »

A Storm System Will Move From Southeast Louisiana Late Tuesday To Southwest Florida On Thursday To The Northern Bahamas On Friday

The latest GFS and European model guidance are in very good agreement on forecasting a low pressure system to drop southeastward from near New Orleans on Tuesday evening to the waters near southwest Florida by Thursday morning and then move eastward to the northern Bahamas by Friday. This is what this storm system could bring more »

Slight Chance For Severe Thunderstorms Late This Afternoon & This Evening From Southern Oklahoma Through Western North Texas To Southwestern Texas

For Late This Afternoon Through This Evening – Strong to severe storms are possible across areas west of the Interstate 35 corridor from southern Oklahoma southward through western north Texas southward into southwest Texas beginning late this afternoon and continuing through this evening. Thunderstorms are expected to begin to develop across western North Texas and across more »


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