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Low Pressure To Form Near The Bahamas By Thursday – Will Be Watched Closely For Signs Of Sub-Tropical Development

It looks likely that an area of low pressure will form near the windward side of the Bahama Islands from Great Abaco to Acklins Island by about Thursday. This low pressure system is likely to produce a fairly large area of 25 to 35 knot winds and 6 to 10 foot seas from near Bermuda more »

2019 Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Hurricane Season Forecast (Issued March 24)

Summary: Activity during the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season is likely to be influenced by building El Nino conditions. This potentially means a lower than average number of storms, HOWEVER, this does not necessarily mean that the threat for a tropical storm or hurricane impact is lower as there is data supporting the idea of at more »

Sub-Tropical Development Possible Late Next Week Between The Bahamas & Bermuda

A large majority of the model guidance, including the GFS, Canadian, European and UKMET model, are strongly hinting at the potential for at least some sort of sub-tropical development in the area of the southwest North Atlantic between the Bahamas and Bermuda late next week. The forecast evolution of this possible development will stem from more »

An Area Of Low Pressure Will Bring Locally Heavy Rainfall & Gusty Winds To Central & South Florida, The Florida Keys & The Northern Bahamas From Late Tonight Through Tuesday & Tuesday Night To Wednesday Morning

An area of low pressure is expected to take shape along a stalled frontal boundary over the southern and southeastern Gulf of Mexico by tonight into early Tuesday morning. This weather system will cause rain to overspread much of central and south Florida, the Florida Keys and the northern Bahamas beginning after midnight tonight. Rain, more »

Coastal Storm Possible Next Week That Impacts Parts Of The US East Coast From Florida & Points North

It continues to look quite possible that an area of low pressure may develop over the Bay of Campeche or the southern Gulf of Mexico around Monday and Tuesday of next week that moves east-northeastward reaching the coast of southeastern Florida and the northern Bahamas by next Wednesday. Beyond this, there is a low amount more »

Severe Weather Expected This Afternoon & This Evening Across Parts Of West Texas & The Southern Texas Panhandle

Severe Weather Expected This Afternoon & This Evening Across Parts Of West Texas & The Southern Texas Panhandle: An upper level low pressure system is expected to push across the southwestern United States today. At the same time, an area of low pressure is forecast to significantly strengthen over eastern Colorado. The strengthening of this more »

Some Sub-Tropical Development Possible Over The Central Atlantic East Of Bermuda Later This Week

Even though it is only almost mid-March and we are still a little less than 3 months away from the official start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, it appears that some sort of sub-tropical development may occur over the Central Atlantic east of Bermuda starting around Wednesday or Thursday. All of the model forecast guidance more »

Potential Tornado Outbreak This Afternoon Into This Evening Across Northern Mississippi, Northwestern Alabama, Western & Middle Tennessee, Western Kentucky, The Bootheel Of Missouri & Extreme Southern Illinois

Potential Tornado Outbreak This Afternoon Into This Evening Across Northern Mississippi, Northwestern Alabama, Western & Middle Tennessee, Western Kentucky, The Bootheel Of Missouri & Extreme Southern Illinois: An area of low pressure now located over northeastern Kansas will head towards the upper Great Lakes this afternoon and tonight as a cold front presses eastward into more »

Severe Weather With Damaging Winds & A Few Tornadoes Are Likely After Midnight Tonight Across Central & Northeast Texas, Eastern Oklahoma & Western Arkansas & On Saturday Across Much Of Arkansas, Northern Louisiana, Central & Northern Mississippi, Western Tennessee & Northern Alabama

Severe Weather Possible Late Tonight Across Central & Northeast Texas, Eastern Oklahoma & Western Arkansas: Thunderstorms are expected to develop first across central Texas towards midnight tonight and then move northeastward into northern Texas and southwestern and central Oklahoma after midnight tonight. These storms are likely to become a line of strong to severe thunderstorms more »

Severe Weather Likely This Weekend Across The Southern United States From East Texas & Louisiana To The Carolinas

Severe Weather Likely This Weekend Across The Southern United States From East Texas & Louisiana To The Carolinas: Overview: An area of low pressure will push into the central Plains States on Saturday morning before moving into the upper Great Lakes region by Sunday. Warm, humid air will be pulled northward from the Gulf of more »




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