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A Coastal Storm Will Bring Onshore Strong Winds, Coastal Flooding & Beach Erosion To The Coastline Of New England & The Mid-Atlantic States From Wednesday Through At Least Friday; This Storm Will Be A Major Marine Hazard From New England To North Carolina

A Coastal Storm Will Bring Onshore Strong Winds, Coastal Flooding & Beach Erosion To The New England & Mid-Atlantic Coast From Wednesday Through At Least Friday; This Storm May Transform Into A Sub-Tropical Or Tropical Storm Late This Week Or This Weekend: Satellite imagery and weather observations indicate that there are two low pressure systems more »

A Coastal Storm Will Bring Onshore Gusty Winds, Coastal Flooding & Beach Erosion To The Coastline Of New England & The Mid-Atlantic States From Wednesday Through The Weekend; Western Caribbean Tropical Development Remains Quite Possible Next Week

A Coastal Storm Will Bring Onshore Gusty Winds, Coastal Flooding & Beach Erosion To The New England & Mid-Atlantic Coast From Wednesday Through This Weekend; This Storm May Transform Into A Sub-Tropical Or Tropical Storm Late This Week Or This Weekend: Satellite imagery indicates that there are shower and thunderstorm activity occurring about halfway between more »

Coastal Storm Expected During The Middle & Later Parts Of This Week Near The New England & Mid-Atlantic Coastline; Western Caribbean Tropical Development Remains Quite Possible Next Week (Week Of October 14th)

A Coastal Storm Is Expected To Develop Near The New England & Mid-Atlantic Coastline During The Middle & Later Parts Of This Week: It looks likely that an area of low pressure will form off of the New England and Mid-Atlantic coastline by Wednesday. This low pressure system is then expected to meander near the more »

Area Of Low Pressure In The Northwestern Caribbean Is Still Being Watched For Signs Of Tropical Development; Western Caribbean Tropical Development Remains Possible Between The 10th & 20th Of This Month

Area Of Low Pressure In The Northwestern Caribbean: An area of low pressure remains nearly stationary over the northwestern Caribbean this morning. Satellite imagery indicates that there has been a marked increase in deep thunderstorm activity just south of Cuba and just west of Jamaica. This deep thunderstorm activity is occurring in an area of more »

Area Of Low Pressure In The Northwestern Caribbean Being Watched For Signs Of Tropical Development; Western Caribbean Tropical Development Remains Possible Between The 10th & 20th Of This Month

Area Of Low Pressure In The Northwestern Caribbean: An area of low pressure that is located over the northwestern Caribbean is producing some disorganized shower and thunderstorm activity. Analysis indicates that the environmental conditions are not all that favorable for development due to a ribbon of strong west-southwesterly wind shear just to the north and more »

Two Chances For Tropical Development In The Northwestern Caribbean Over The Next Two Weeks Or So & A Chance For Tropical Development Between The Coast Of Africa & The Lesser Antilles Late This Week & This Weekend

Low Pressure May Develop In The Northwestern Caribbean On Tuesday Into Wednesday: The combination of an upper level trough of low pressure system extending from near Jamaica into the Bahamas and a westward moving tropical wave may lead to the development of a weak low pressure system in the northwestern Caribbean sometime on Tuesday into more »

Even Though Karen Is Still A Tropical Storm, It Is Expected To Dissipate This Weekend; Northwestern Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Possible Between October 10 & October 20

Tropical Storm Karen: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 28.3 North Latitude, 61.2 West Longitude or about 350 miles to the southeast of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1005 Millibars or 29.68 Inches. Forward Movement: Northeast at a forward speed of 8 mph. After undergoing some strengthening yesterday, Karen appears to more »

Karen Barely Hangs On As A Tropical Storm, But There Are Signs Of Possible Strengthening

Tropical Storm Karen: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 25.5 North Latitude, 63.5 West Longitude or about 475 miles to the south of Bermuda. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1004 Millibars or 29.65 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northeast at a forward speed of 15 mph. After falling apart for a while yesterday afternoon more »

Tropical Storm Karen Will Move Away From Puerto Rico & The Virgin Islands Today & Then May Turn Towards The West This Weekend; Northwestern Caribbean Tropical Development Is Possible Next Week

Tropical Storm Karen: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 20.5 North Latitude, 65.2 West Longitude or about 155 miles to the north-northeast of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1003 Millibars or 29.62 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 14 mph. Karen has become more disorganized more »

Tropical Storm Karen Will Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To Puerto Rico & The Virgin Islands The Rest Of Today Through Wednesday; Tropical Storm Jerry Will Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To Bermuda Tonight & Wednesday

Tropical Storm Karen: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 17.2 North Latitude, 65.8 West Longitude or about 85 miles to the south of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1006 Millibars or 29.71 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 7 mph. Even though Karen looks more more »




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