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Invest 99-L Will Move Northward & Combine With A Coastal Storm To Produce Heavy Rainfall Across The Northeastern United States & Heavy Snowfall Across The Mountains Of Northern New York & Northern New England From Friday To Sunday

Invest 99-L Located To The Northeast Of The Bahamas: An area of low pressure, Invest 99-L, seems to be slowly becoming better organized this morning, however, it is still fairly disorganized with most of the shower and thunderstorm activity occurring away from the low pressure center. This says to me that if Invest 99-L continues more »

Invest 99-L Located Near The Bahamas Continues To Have A Chance To Become A Sub-Tropical Or Tropical Storm Between Today & Thursday

Invest 99-L Located Near The Bahamas: A non-tropical low pressure system, designated Invest 99-L, is located just northeast of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Invest 99-L is producing disorganized shower and thunderstorm activity over areas just east of the Bahamas. The environmental conditions around Invest 99-L are still unfavorable for development due to very strong more »

An Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Bahamas Has A Chance To Become A Sub-Tropical Or Tropical System This Week

An Area Of Disturbed Weather Located Over The Bahamas is producing shower and thunderstorm activity over mainly the southeastern Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands this morning. At the same time, it appears that some energy and moisture from the area of disturbed weather over the southwestern Caribbean is being drawn northeastward towards the more »

2 Areas Of Disturbed Weather – One Near The Bahamas & The Other Over The Southwestern Caribbean- Are Being Watched For Possible Tropical Development This Week

Area Of Disturbed Weather Near The Bahamas: An area of disturbed weather is located in the vicinity of the Bahamas this morning. This disturbed weather has formed from the interaction between a surface trough of low pressure and an upper level low pressure system. Also, it seems that this area of disturbed weather has formed more »

Tropical Development Chances Next Week From The Bahamas To The Western Caribbean Is Very Uncertain

The overall weather pattern setup for next week is going to be very complex from the western Caribbean to the Bahamas and it is very uncertain whether we are going to see any sort of tropical development or not. One thing that is fairly likely is that the overall weather pattern next week will be more »

Nicole Will Impact Bermuda With Up To 115 To 125 Mph Winds, A Storm Surge Of 6 to 8 Feet & 5 To 10 Inches Of Rain From Now Through This Afternoon

Hurricane Nicole: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 31.6 North Latitude, 65.2 West Longitude or about 55 miles to the south-southwest of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 125 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 953 Millibars or 28.14 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northeast at a forward speed of 15 mph. Extremely dangerous Hurricane Nicole is closing in on Bermuda more »

Nicole Will Directly Impact Bermuda As A Category 3 Hurricane Late Tonight Into Thursday; The Western Caribbean May Be An Area To Watch For Tropical Development From Late Next Week Into Next Weekend

Hurricane Nicole: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 28.0 North Latitude, 66.9 West Longitude or about 320 miles to the south-southwest of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 100 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 969 Millibars or 28.61 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northwest at a forward speed of 5 mph. Nicole is a strengthening hurricane this morning with the more »

Nicole Is Expected To Bring Hurricane Conditions To Bermuda Wednesday Night Into Thursday; The Western Caribbean & The Southern Gulf Of Mexico Will Be The Next Spot To Look For Tropical Development By Late Next Week

Tropical Storm Nicole: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 27.2 North Latitude, 66.0 West Longitude or about 365 miles to the south-southwest of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 60 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 992 Millibars or 29.30 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northwest at a forward speed of 5 mph. Nicole remains a tropical storm this morning, however, more »

Nicole Is Expected To Become A Hurricane By Tuesday; Nicole Could Impact Bermuda On Thursday As A Strong Hurricane; The Western Caribbean & The Southern Gulf Of Mexico May Be An Area To Keep An Eye On For Possible Tropical Development Next Week

Tropical Storm Nicole: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 25.0 North Latitude, 65.2 West Longitude or about 505 miles to the south of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 65 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 989 Millibars or 29.21 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 7 mph. Even though Nicole is a tropical storm this more »

Matthew Will Continue To Batter The Carolina Coastline Today; Where Will Matthew Track Next Week & How Could Nicole Interact With Matthew

Matthew: 10 am EDT/9 am CDT Statistics: Location: 32.8 North Latitude, 79.5 West Longitude or about 30 miles to the east-southeast of Charleston, SC. Maximum Winds: 75 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 963 Millibars or 28.44 Inches. Forward Movement: Northeast at a forward speed of 12 mph. Matthew has tracked within about 25 miles from Charleston, more »


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