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No Tropical Development Is Expected Through At Least This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

Tropical development is not expected the rest of this week right through this weekend across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. In fact, we may not see any sort of tropical development right through next week, although, this is not a complete certainty. A tropical wave now located near 40 West Longitude in the more »

No Tropical Development Is Expected This Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Tropical Development Chances May Begin To Increase Again Near The End Of This Month

With Barry well inland over northwestern Arkansas, we will turn our eyes back out into the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico to see if anything is brewing. It looks like tropical development is not expected this week across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. With that said, there are things that I am more »

Barry Will Continue Weakening As It Moves Northward, But Will Continue To Bring Bands Of Heavy Flooding Rain To The Lower Mississippi Valley Over The Next Couple Of Days

Barry continues to move inland and the center is currently approaching northwestern Louisiana. The highest current wind gusts that I have seen when looking at weather observations is in the 25-35 mph range in the area from Baton Rouge to Lafayette. There are two bands of heavy rainfall that are producing flash flooding currently. One more »

Barry Will Bring Dangerous Life-Threatening Flash Flooding, A Storm Surge Of Up To 3-6 Feet & Tropical Storm Force Winds To South-Central & Southeast Louisiana The Rest Of Today Into Tonight

Tropical Storm Barry: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 29.3 North Latitude, 91.9 West Longitude or about 50 miles to the west-southwest of Morgan City, Louisiana. Maximum Winds: 70 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 991 Millibars or 29.26 Inches. Forward Movement: Northwest at a forward speed of 5 mph. The deepest thunderstorm activity associated with more »

Barry Will Bring Major Flooding, A Storm Surge Of Up To 3-6 Feet & Tropical Storm To Hurricane Force Winds To Parts Of Louisiana Later Tonight Through Saturday

If you are looking for information on Invest 93-L which is located over the eastern Atlantic, please scroll down to the end of this discussion. Tropical Storm Barry: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 28.2 North Latitude, 90.3 West Longitude or about 120 miles to the south-southeast of Morgan City, Louisiana. Maximum Winds: 50 more »

Potential Tropical Cyclone #2 Will Become A Tropical Depression This Afternoon & Then Tropical Storm Barry Tonight Or Friday; Heavy Flooding Rains, A Storm Surge & Tropical Storm To Hurricane Conditions Expected By Saturday Across The North-Central Gulf Coast

Potential Tropical Cyclone #2: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 27.6 North Latitude, 88.5 West Longitude or about 225 miles to the southeast of Morgan City, Louisiana. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1005 Millibars or 29.68 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 5 mph. The thunderstorm activity and overall more »

Invest 92-L Has Been Upgraded To Potential Tropical Cyclone #2

Potential Tropical Cyclone #2: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 28.5 North Latitude, 86.4 West Longitude or about 170 miles to the east-southeast of the Mouth of the Mississippi River. Maximum Winds: 30 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1011 Millibars or 29.86 Inches. Forward Movement: West-Southwest at a forward speed of 8 mph. Just a more »

Invest 92-L Becoming More Organized Over The Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico & Will Likely Become Tropical Storm Barry By Later Today Or On Thursday

Invest 92-L is becoming better organized this morning as satellite imagery and surface weather observations indicate that a circulation seems to be developing over the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. In addition, it appears that the deeper thunderstorm activity is occurring offshore and it appears that Invest 92-L is located further south than what many of more »

Invest 92-L Will Likely Strengthen Into Tropical Storm Barry Over The Northern Gulf Of Mexico By Wednesday Or Thursday

Invest 92-L is currently a broad area of low pressure that is located over the eastern Florida Panhandle and will be entering the ocean waters of the northeastern Gulf of Mexico this afternoon. Once Invest 92-L moves into the Gulf of Mexico, it will encounter an environment that is favorable for development and strengthening. This more »

Tropical Storm Barry Is Likely To Form In The Northern Gulf Of Mexico By Wednesday Or Thursday

I fully expect to see Tropical Storm Barry develop in the northern Gulf of Mexico by about Wednesday or Thursday. In addition, this system is expected to impact the Gulf Coast including possibly the upper Texas coast, coastal Louisiana, coastal Mississippi, coastal Alabama and possibly parts of the Florida Panhandle with squalls of heavy rain more »




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