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Invest 99-L Expected To Become Tropical Storm Hermine This Weekend & Is A Potential Threat To The Bahamas This Weekend & The Florida Peninsula, The Florida Panhandle & The Alabama & Mississippi Coasts Early Next Week

Invest 99-L Located About 350 Miles To The East-Southeast Of The Lesser Antilles: Even though Invest 99-L continues to be in a environment that consists of dry air nearby, its presentation on satellite imagery has improved this morning and it appears that this system is slowly trying to become better organized. As it stands right more »

Invest 99-L Will Continue To Struggle To Develop From Time To Time This Week, But Has The Potential To Develop Into A Tropical Storm This Weekend In The Bahamas; Everyone In The Bahamas, The US Southeast Coast & The Eastern US Gulf Coast Should Closely Monitor The Progress Of Invest 99-L

A majority of today’s forecast will focus on Invest 99-L, however, I wanted to quickly update you on Fiona and Invest 90-L. Fiona has weakened into a tropical depression, however, the environmental conditions may become favorable again for intensification by late Tuesday and Wednesday where it could strengthen into a tropical storm. Fiona is expected more »

Invest 99-L Will Struggle To Develop Next Few Days Due To Dry Air, But Will Still Bring Squally Weather To The Lesser Antilles, Virgin Islands & Puerto Rico From Tuesday Night To Wednesday Night; I’ll Also Be Watching Fiona & Invest 90-L During This Upcoming Week

Invest 99-L Located About 1150 Miles To The East Of The Lesser Antilles: Invest 99-L is currently located about 1150 miles to the east of the Lesser Antilles and is pushing to the west-northwest at a forward speed of 20 mph. Invest 99-L continues to be not organized, but is producing some scattered thunderstorm activity, more »

Invest 99-L Is Not Expected To Develop This Weekend, However, It is Expected To Impact The Lesser Antilles, Virgin Islands & Puerto Rico As Possibly A Tropical Storm From Tuesday Night To Thursday

Invest 99-L In The Eastern Atlantic Near 11.2 North Latitude, 35.4 West Longitude: Invest 99-L is located this morning about 750 miles to the west-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands. This system is not organized with a broad area of scattered thunderstorm activity noted on satellite imagery. The environmental conditions around Invest 99-L are not more »

Invest 99-L Is Expected To Slowly Develop This Weekend & Has The Potential To Impact The Lesser Antilles, Virgin Islands & Puerto Rico From Wednesday To Friday Of Next Week As A Tropical Storm

Invest 99-L In The Eastern Atlantic Near 10.7 North Latitude, 35 West Longitude: Invest 99-L is currently located 500 miles to the southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands. Satellite imagery indicates that Invest 99-L has not become better organized since last night and is currently status quo. Environmental conditions are still marginally favorable for development. more »

Invest 99-L In The Eastern Atlantic Really Needs To Be Watched Closely As It Has The Potential To Be More Of A Concern Than Fiona

Invest 99-L In The Eastern Atlantic Near 11.5 North Latitude, 27.8 West Longitude: I wanted to send out an update in regards to the tropical wave that has been designated Invest 99-L by the National Hurricane Center. The reason why is because Invest 99-L has the potential to be more of a threat than Fiona more »

Tropical Storm Fiona Will Struggle As It Pushes To The West-Northwest & Northwest Over The Central Atlantic; Another Tropical Disturbance Now In The Far Eastern Atlantic Could Be Much More Of A Problem Than Fiona Ever Will Be

Tropical Storm Fiona: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 16.2 North Latitude, 40.3 West Longitude or about 1080 miles to the west of the Cabo Verde Islands. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1005 Millibars or 29.68 Inches. Forward Movement: West-Northwest at a forward speed of 16 mph. The convection associated with Fiona more »

Tropical Depression #6 Forms Over The Central Atlantic; Another Tropical Disturbance Now Located Over Western Africa Will Probably Develop Into A Tropical Storm This Weekend In The Central Or Eastern Atlantic

Tropical Depression #6: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 13.2 North Latitude, 35.2 West Longitude or about 775 miles to the west-southwest of Cabo Verde Islands. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1007 Millibars or 29.74 Inches. Forward Movement: Northwest at a forward speed of 15 mph. The tropical disturbance that was designated more »

Invest 98-L Is Likely To Become A Tropical Storm Within The Next Couple Of Days; Other Tropical Disturbances Now Located Over Africa Have The Potential To Develop This Weekend Or Next Week In The Central Or Eastern Atlantic

Invest 98-L In The Eastern Atlantic Near 10 North Latitude, 33 West Longitude: Invest 98-L which is located in the eastern Atlantic near 10 North Latitude, 33 West Longitude continues to slowly organize and it looks very likely that it will become a tropical storm within the next couple of days as it pushes to more »

The Switch In The Atlantic Basin Has Been Flipped On With The Potential For At Least 2 To 3 New Named Storms To Form Over The Next Two Weeks

It looks like the switch has been flipped on in the Atlantic Basin in terms of potential tropical activity as there is the potential for 2 to 3 new named storms to form between now and the end of this month. So, let’s take a look at what’s going on: Invest 98-L In The Eastern more »


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