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Western Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Is Possible Next Week

The Bay of Campeche and the western Gulf of Mexico is going to be the spot to really watch for tropical development next week. Weather analysis today revealed an area of disturbed weather that is located over the far eastern Pacific. It is expected that this disturbance will lift northward reaching the Bay of Campeche more »

While Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Remains Possible, Its Chances Have Been Pushed Into Next Week

Weather analysis today showed a couple of tropical waves near the southwestern Caribbean. It is expected that a trough of low pressure will form from this setup within the next day or so, however, development for now looks unlikely as it will interact with Central America. Once we get into next week, however, it looks more »

Tropical Development Chances Gradually Increasing Starting This Weekend From The Western Caribbean Into The Southern Gulf Of Mexico

It looks like tropical development will become a concern starting this weekend and continuing into next week from the western Caribbean into the southern Gulf of Mexico. The catalyst for this development will be the combination of a westward moving tropical wave that is now located just east of the Windward Islands which will reach more »

Tropical Development Remains Possible For Late Next Week Into Next Weekend From The Western Caribbean Into The Southern Gulf Of Mexico

Tropical development is unlikely throughout this weekend into early next week across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. Beyond this, the chance for tropical development is increasing across an area from the western Caribbean into the southern Gulf of Mexico for late next week and next weekend. All of the ensemble model guidance, including more »

Tropical Development Continues To Be Possible For Late Next Week Into Next Weekend Across The Western Caribbean, The Gulf Of Mexico & Near The Bahamas

Tropical development looks unlikely throughout the rest of this week through this coming weekend across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. Beyond this, it still looks quite possible that we could see tropical development occur in or around the western Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and the Bahamas during late next week into next more »

Tropical Development Is Quite Possible Late Next Week Across The Western Caribbean, The Gulf Of Mexico & Near The Bahamas

Even though tropical development is unlikely throughout this week across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, there are still a couple of items that I’m watching. The first is an area of shower and thunderstorm activity that is located over the northern Bahamas. This activity is at the tail end of a frontal boundary more »

Tropical Development Is A Possibility During The Week Of June 7 Across The Western Caribbean, The Gulf Of Mexico & Near The Bahamas

Tropical development is not expected this weekend into next week across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. Beyond this, however, there are fairly strong signals in the data that suggest we will need to watch for tropical development in or around the western Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and the Bahamas during the week more »

Early To Mid June Tropical Development Continues To Be Possible Across The Western Caribbean, The Gulf Of Mexico & Near The Bahamas

Tropical development is not expected the rest of this week through this weekend across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. I still think that we will see the next chance for tropical development occur during the early to middle part of June across the western Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and the area near more »

Early To Mid June Tropical Development Remains Possible From The Western Caribbean Through The Southeastern Gulf Of Mexico To The Bahamas

With Tropical Storm Ana and Invest 91-L out of the picture, it appears that this entire week will likely be quiet with no tropical development expected across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. I still think that we will see the next chance for tropical development occur during the early to middle part of more »

Sub-Tropical Storm Ana Forms To The Northeast Of Bermuda, But Will Be Very Short-Lived

Sub-Tropical Storm Ana: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 34.3 North Latitude, 63.0 West Longitude or about 175 miles to the northeast of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1006 Millibars or 29.71 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 3 mph. Invest 90-L became better organized last night and more »



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