Author: Rob Lightbown

Will There Be Tropical Development In The Bay Of Campeche Or The Western Caribbean Next Week?

I am keeping an eye on the possibility for some sort of tropical development to occur in either the Bay of Campeche or the western Caribbean next week – at this point though, it’s very uncertain and kind of doubtful more »

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Alex Is Now Heading Into The Open North Atlantic; Tropical Development Possible Next Week In The Bay Of Campeche Or The Western Caribbean

Tropical Storm Alex: 2 pm EDT/1 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 34.7 North Latitude, 62.2 West Longitude or about 220 miles to the northeast of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 60 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 993 Millibars or 29.33 Inches. Forward Movement: East-Northeast more »

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Tropical Storm Alex Will Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To Bermuda Late Tonight & On Monday; Extremely Active Hurricane Season Continues To Look Likely

Tropical Storm Alex: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 30.4 North Latitude, 73.9 West Longitude or about 550 miles to the west of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 60 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 993 Millibars or 29.33 Inches. Forward Movement: East-Northeast more »

Continue Reading Tropical Storm Alex Will Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To Bermuda Late Tonight & On Monday; Extremely Active Hurricane Season Continues To Look Likely

Potential Tropical Cyclone #1 Will Bring Heavy Rain, Flooding & Squally Weather To The Florida Keys & South Florida The Rest Of Today Into Saturday

Potential Tropical Cyclone #1: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 22.3 North Latitude, 86.8 West Longitude or about 430 miles to the southwest of Fort Myers, Florida. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1002 Millibars or 29.59 Inches. more »

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Potential Tropical Cyclone #1 Is Very Likely To Become A Tropical Storm By The Time It Moves Across South Florida On Saturday

Potential Tropical Cyclone #1: 5 pm EDT/4 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 21.4 North Latitude, 87.5 West Longitude or about 505 miles to the southwest of Fort Myers, Florida. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1003 Millibars or 29.62 Inches. more »

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Invest 91-L Will Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To South Florida & The Florida Keys From Friday Afternoon Through Saturday

Invest 91-L Located Over The Far Northeast Part Of The Yucatan Peninsula: Based on the latest satellite imagery, surface weather reports and other data, it appears that Invest 91-L is very close to becoming a tropical depression. I suspect that more »

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Invest 91-L Is Very Likely To Become A Tropical Storm By The Time It Reaches South Florida & The Florida Keys On Saturday

Invest 91-L Located Over The Far Northwestern Caribbean: Satellite imagery today indicates that there has been a marked increase and expansion of convection associated with a broad low pressure system located over the northwestern Caribbean. In fact, the National Hurricane more »

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Tropical Development Chances Continue To Increase In The Area Near The Northern Yucatan Peninsula By Thursday Into Friday

Satellite imagery today indicates that there is a large area of disturbed weather with a couple of circulations embedded within it. This disturbed weather extends from southern Mexico eastward across the Bay of Campeche through the Yucatan Peninsula to the more »

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