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No Significant Severe Weather Or Tropical Development Expected For At Least The Next Several Days

Sub-Tropical Or Tropical Development No Longer Expected As Unfavorable Environmental Conditions & Land Interaction Will Prevent Development

It appears that tropical development is no longer expected in the area around the Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico and Hispaniola as it looks like the area of disturbed weather will take a track right across these islands over the next couple of days. This was something that I thought may happen as the upper level more »

Sub-Tropical Or Tropical Development Remains A Possibility Near Or Just North Of The Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico & Hispaniola By The Middle Part Of This Week

Invest 96-L Located To The East Of The Lesser Antilles: An area of disturbed weather is located just east of the Lesser Antilles. Satellite imagery over the past 24 hours or so has revealed that Invest 96-L has become somewhat better organized with a circulation beginning to form within the thunderstorm complex. With that said, more »

Sub-Tropical Or Tropical Development Is A Possibility Near Or Just North Of The Greater Antilles By The Middle Part Of Next Week

Even though we are approaching the middle part of November, the area between the Lesser Antilles and the west coast of Africa is fairly active thunderstorm wise. Weather analysis indicates that a tropical wave interacting with a trough of low pressure between 45 and 55 West Longitude is something that we will need to watch more »

Sub-Tropical Or Tropical Development Is A Possibility East Of The Bahamas During The Middle & Late Parts Of Next Week

A tropical wave which is located about halfway between the coast of Africa and the Lesser Antilles is producing disorganized shower and thunderstorm activity. The convective activity is likely to remain disorganized for at least the next few days due to strong wind shear values, however, some sort of development is possible once this tropical more »

Severe Thunderstorms With Tornadoes & Damaging Winds Expected Across Southeastern Arkansas, Northeastern Louisiana, Southern & Middle Tennessee, Northern Mississippi & Northern Alabama This Evening & Tonight

Severe thunderstorms capable of producing tornadoes and damaging winds are expected this evening and during the overnight hours of tonight from Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi into the Tennessee Valley. A sharp cold front is expected to move southeastward reaching the middle Mississippi Valley and the ArkLaTex region by early this evening. The air mass ahead more »

Significant Severe Weather Event Expected From Arkansas, Louisiana & Mississippi On Monday To The Southeastern United States On Tuesday

A significant severe weather outbreak with tornadoes, damaging winds and hail is looking increasingly more likely beginning on Monday across Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi and continuing through Tuesday across the southeastern United States. All of the model guidance seem to agree that a strong low pressure system will develop over the lower Mississippi Valley by more »

Severe Weather Is Expected Across East Texas & Much Of Louisiana This Afternoon Into Tonight & Across Western Mississippi Late Tonight

A southeastward moving cold front is expected to bring severe thunderstorms to areas from East Texas into much of Louisiana this afternoon into tonight. This severe weather will move into western Mississippi late tonight. Damaging wind gusts will be the main threat, however, a few tornadoes are also a possibility. Warm, humid air will push more »

Severe Weather Expected Wednesday Afternoon & Wednesday Night Across East Texas Into Louisiana & Then Across The Central Gulf States, Florida Panhandle & Southwestern Georgia On Thursday

Wednesday’s Severe Weather Forecast: An eastward moving frontal system will bring the threat for severe weather to areas from East Texas into a large part of Louisiana during Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night. Damaging wind gusts will be the main threat, however, a few tornadoes are also a possibility. A warm and humid air mass more »

Significant East Coast Storm Will Bring Everything From Heavy Rainfall & Strong Winds Across The Mid-Atlantic States & Northeastern US To Severe Weather Across The Southeastern United States From Friday Through Saturday

An area of low pressure now located over the northwestern Gulf of Mexico is expected to track along the northern Gulf Coast the rest of today through tonight. On Friday, this low pressure system is expected to redevelop and strengthen along the North Carolina coast and then move along the Mid-Atlantic coast on Friday night more »


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