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Checking In With You To Let You Know About Our Plans & Schedule For The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season

I wanted to check in with everyone to let you know that I haven’t forgotten about you & that I haven’t disappeared. First I want to let you know that I continue to research and work on the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season that I hope will be posted and sent out during the last part more »

Conflicting Signals Are Making For A Highly Uncertain Forecast For The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season

The forecast for the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season continues to be highly uncertain as there are conflicting signals in regard to whether the season may be inactive or active. I wanted to go over the factors that could make for an active season and the factors that could make for a quiet hurricane season. Factors more »

Severe Weather Possible Across South Florida & The Florida Keys Tonight Through Saturday

Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible across South Florida and the Florida Keys tonight through Saturday. A few of these thunderstorms may be capable of producing tornadoes. Wind damage and heavy rain are also possible from the strong to severe storms. The threat for strong to severe thunderstorms includes Naples, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and the more »

Be Extremely Careful Looking At Any Early Seasonal Forecasts For The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season

I have received a few e-mails over the past couple of weeks inquiring about my thoughts regarding already posted seasonal forecasts for the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane. So, I’m posting this as a word of caution to use these forecasts with a ton of salt as the uncertainty in the forecast is EXTREMELY HIGH. On one more »

A Colder & Stormier Weather Pattern To Set Up Across The Central & Eastern United States From Late This Month Through February

The weather map by about this time next week may look much wintry across the Central & Eastern United States as an upper level high pressure ridge builds across Alaska and western Canada & a resultant upper level trough of low pressure forms over the central and eastern United States. This means that warmer than more »

Significant Severe Weather The Rest Of Today Into This Evening From Eastern Mississippi Through Alabama, The Florida Panhandle & Western Georgia

Summary: Scattered to potentially widespread damaging winds are expected from eastern Mississippi and southeastern Louisiaina eastward across Alabama, the Florida Panhandle and western Georgia late this morning through this afternoon. Details: An extensive squall line extends from western Kentucky and western Tennessee southward through Mississippi and southeastern Louisiana at the time of this writing. Numerous more »

A Severe Weather Outbreak Is Expected This Afternoon & Tonight From Eastern Oklahoma & Eastern & Southeastern Texas Through Arkansas, Louisiana & Western Mississippi

A Severe Weather Outbreak Is Expected This Afternoon & Tonight From Eastern Oklahoma & Eastern & Southeastern Texas Through Arkansas, Louisiana & Western Mississippi: Summary: Widespread severe thunderstorms are expected across central and eastern Oklahoma and along and east of I-35 in Texas this afternoon and this evening. This widespread severe weather is expected to more »

A 2 Day Severe Weather Outbreak Is Likely Starting Friday Afternoon & Friday Night From Eastern Oklahoma & Eastern Texas Into The Lower Mississippi Valley & Continuing Through Saturday Across Eastern Louisiana, Much Of Mississippi, Much Of Alabama, Western Georgia & The Florida Panhandle

Significant Severe Weather Expected Friday Afternoon & Friday Night From Eastern Oklahoma & Eastern Texas Into The Lower Mississippi Valley: Summary: Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop by midday Friday and continue through Friday afternoon and Friday night from eastern Oklahoma and eastern Texas into the lower Mississippi Valley. Be aware that this has the more »

A 2 Day Severe Weather Outbreak Expected Starting Friday From The ArkLaTex Into The Lower Mississippi Valley & On Saturday From The Lower Mississippi Valley Into The Deep South

Day 1 Of The Severe Weather Outbreak – Friday: Summary: Severe thunderstorms are expected Friday afternoon and Friday night from the ArkLaTex into the lower Mississippi Valley. Be aware that this has the potential to be a significant severe weather event with tornadoes and damaging wind gusts likely. Details: A volatile weather pattern looks to more »

Significant Severe Weather Possible On Friday Across East Texas, Arkansas & Louisiana & On Saturday Across Southeastern Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, The Florida Panhandle & Western Georgia

Significant Severe Weather Possible Friday Across East Texas, Arkansas & Louisiana: The first day of a two day severe weather outbreak is expected to begin on Friday from the ArkLaTex to the Mississippi Delta. Warm and humid air will push northward throughout Friday from eastern Oklahoma and east Texas eastward across much of the Tennessee more »




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