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Snow Is Expected From Late Tonight Into Friday Across Southeast Louisiana, Southern Mississippi & Central & Southern Alabama & Across Central & Northern Georgia & The Western Carolinas Friday Through Friday Night; Accumulating Snow Is Possible On Saturday Afternoon & Saturday Night Across New England, Southeastern New York & New Jersey

Waves of low pressure moving along a frontal boundary over the northern Gulf of Mexico will continue to bring rain across the entire northern and western Gulf Coast today. Colder air will push into the area on gusty northerly winds. This will not only make it feel extremely raw, but it will also allow temperatures more »

The Weather Pattern Will Turn Colder & Stormier Across The Great Lakes, Ohio Valley, Northeastern United States, Mid-Atlantic States & Southeastern United States Starting Later This Week; First Widespread Snowfall Is Possible For The Northeastern U.S. Friday To Sunday; Freezing Temperatures Likely As Far South As The Northern Gulf Coast Next Weekend

After an extended period of fairly quiet weather across much of the United States, significant changes in the overall weather pattern are expected beginning this coming week which will usher in colder weather across much of the eastern United States. Even though the coldest weather will be centered across the Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and more »

A Very Early Look At The 2018 Atlantic, Gulf Of Mexico & Caribbean Hurricane Season

Today marks the last day of the 2017 Hurricane Season – An extremely active season which ended up producing 17 named storms, 10 of which became hurricanes and 6 of those hurricanes became major hurricanes. There were 2 Category 5 Hurricanes during the 2017 Hurricane seasons. Out of the major hurricanes, the 2017 season produced more »

Relatively Tranquil Weather Pattern Will Persist This Week Into Possibly Next Week; Weather Pattern Change Towards Cold & Stormy Across The Eastern United States Possible Starting Around December 10th

November is expected to end fairly quiet with no significant weather systems expected to impact the United States, Gulf of Mexico or Caribbean Islands throughout this week. This tranquil weather pattern may persist into next week, however, this does not mean there will not be any impactful weather systems. One low pressure system may bring more »

Low Pressure Forming Over The Eastern Gulf Of Mexico On Wednesday Will Bring Another Round Of Rain To The Florida Peninsula From Wednesday Night To Friday; Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Forecast For The United States

Low Pressure Forming Over The Eastern Gulf Of Mexico Will Bring Another Round Of Rain To The Florida Peninsula From Wednesday Night To Friday: Satellite imagery, radar loops and surface analysis indicates that there will be two areas of low pressure that will impact the Florida Peninsula throughout the rest of this week. The first more »

Low Pressure Over The Southwestern & Central Caribbean Will Need To Be Monitored For Possible Tropical Development This Weekend Into Next Week As It Moves Slowly Northward; Also Will Have To Watch For Low Pressure Development Over The Gulf Of Mexico Late Next Week That Could Bring Multiple Weather Hazards, Including Strong Winds & Rough Seas Over The Gulf Of Mexico & Possible Severe Weather Across The Florida Peninsula

We are closely watching two potential systems that will require close monitoring over the next week or so. The first system is an area of disturbed weather that is located over the southwestern and central Caribbean is producing shower and thunderstorm activity that stretches from the southwestern Caribbean northeastward to Hispaniola and near the Turks more »

Area Of Low Pressure Over The Southwestern Caribbean Needs To Be Monitored For Possible Tropical Development Later This Week; Heavy Rainfall Will Continue To Occur Across Jamaica, Eastern Cuba, Hispaniola & The Southeastern Bahamas Throughout The Rest Of This Week

Weather analysis and satellite loops indicate that there is an area of low pressure area over the southwestern Caribbean that should be monitored for signs of tropical development over the next several days. Satellite imagery indicates that there is deep thunderstorm activity occurring over the southwestern Caribbean just north of Panama. Analysis of environmental conditions more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Central Caribbean Will Continue To Produce Areas Of Heavy Rainfall Across Jamaica, Eastern Cuba, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico & The Virgin Islands This Weekend

An area of disturbed weather, which are a couple of troughs of low pressure, are located over the central Caribbean this morning. Satellite imagery indicates that there are some deeper convection occurring near the coast of southeastern Jamaica with scattered shower and thunderstorm activity occurring across Hispaniola and the Turks and Caicos Islands. A look more »

An Arctic Front Will Bring A Shot Of Very Cold Air To The Northeastern & Mid-Atlantic United States From Tonight Through Friday & Saturday; Heavy Rainfall, Flooding & Mudslides Are Expected Across Hispaniola, Puerto Rico & The Virgin Islands From Today Through At Least This Weekend

Since it appears the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season is drawing to a close, we will be covering significant weather systems that impact the United States and the Caribbean this winter into the Spring of 2018. This significant weather coverage will include, but will not be limited to the forecasting of severe weather, winter weather and more »

Tropical Storm Rina Stays Over The Open Atlantic; A Shot Of Some Very Light Snow Is Possible This Evening Across Parts Of The Northeastern United States; This Will Be Followed By A Shot Of Cold Air Will Impact The Northeastern United States From Thursday Night To Saturday; Very Remote Possibility Of Tropical Storm Development In The Caribbean During The Week Of November 12th

Tropical Storm Rina formed way out over the open Atlantic yesterday and currently the storm is moving due north way east of Bermuda. Rina is not expected to be any threat to Bermuda, the United States or the Caribbean and will likely merge with a larger storm late this week or this weekend. Very Light more »


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