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Four Areas To Watch For Tropical Development In The Coming Days – Two Areas In The Central & Eastern Tropical Atlantic, One Area In The Central & Western Gulf Of Mexico & One Area In The Western Caribbean

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Central Tropical Atlantic: A tropical disturbance that’s now located over the central Tropical Atlantic is exhibiting some signs of low and mid-level turning according to satellite imagery. In addition, satellite imagery also showed some more »

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Increasing Areas To Watch For Potential Tropical Development Including The Central & Eastern Tropical Atlantic Later This Week & Then The Western Gulf Of Mexico Early Next Week

Central Tropical Atlantic: A tropical disturbance that’s now located a few hundred miles to the west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands remains disorganized today. This disturbance is likely to head westward over the next several days and current indications point more »

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Some Tropical Development Is Possible This Week In The Eastern Tropical Atlantic; Some Sort Of Development Is Possible Early Next Week In The Western Gulf Of Mexico

Eastern Tropical Atlantic: There are two tropical disturbances that stretch from the eastern Tropical Atlantic into western Africa that require some monitoring throughout this week. The first tropical disturbance is located to the south-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands. Satellite more »

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Tropical Development Looks Quite Possible By Late Next Week & Next Weekend Across The Central & Eastern Tropical Atlantic

The only item out in the Atlantic right now that merits some watching is a tropical wave that’s located in the area of the Bahamas. This tropical wave is producing some disorganized areas of showers and thunderstorms in the Bahamas more »

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Tropical Development Chances May Increase Over The Central & Eastern Tropical Atlantic Next Week

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico continues to be quiet and it appears that tropical development likely will not occur throughout the rest of this week right through the upcoming weekend. As we get into next week, however, I more »

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All Remains Quiet Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico, However, Activity Looks To Begin Picking Up Again Next Week

Even though everything is still quiet across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico with no signs of development for probably this week, there are a couple of tropical waves over the central and eastern Tropical Atlantic that are still more »

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The Quiet Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Isn’t Going To Last Much Longer, Unfortunately

A look at satellite imagery today reveals that things are quiet across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico with no areas of immediate concern. That said, a tropical wave now located over the far eastern Tropical Atlantic near 25 more »

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Two Areas Of Disturbed Weather Located From The Far Eastern Tropical Atlantic To Far Western Africa Are Going To Need To Be Watched For Signs Of Development As They Head Westward Over The Next Week

Two Areas Of Disturbed Weather Located From The Far Eastern Tropical Atlantic To Far Western Africa: Late day satellite imagery indicated that there is a fairly healthy looking tropical wave located over the eastern Tropical Atlantic. In addition, it appears more »

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Invest 96-L & Invest 97-L Are Both Not Expected To Be A Threat; Other Than That The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Will Be Quiet This Week With No Additional Tropical Development Expected

Invest 96-L Located 700 Miles To The East-Northeast Of The Northern Leeward Islands: An area of low pressure, designated Invest 96-L by the National Hurricane Center, is located well to the east-northeast of the northern Leeward Islands. Satellite imagery today more »

Continue Reading Invest 96-L & Invest 97-L Are Both Not Expected To Be A Threat; Other Than That The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Will Be Quiet This Week With No Additional Tropical Development Expected