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No Tropical Development Expected This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Tropical Development Chances Will Begin To Increase Again Next Week

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf Of Mexico are quiet today with no areas of immediate concern. Wind shear values across much of the Atlantic Basin continue to be too strong to support tropical development and all-in-all, tropical development is not expected this weekend. Turning to next week and especially the following week, the chances for more »

No Tropical Development Expected The Rest Of This Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Formation Of Another Tropical System Is Possible By Or Before June 1

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf Of Mexico are quiet today with no areas of immediate concern. Wind shear values across much of the Atlantic Basin are way too strong to support tropical development and all-in-all, tropical development is not expected throughout the rest of this week. Beyond this, there is the possibility that we could more »

Tropical Storm Arthur Will Begin To Head Out Into The Open Atlantic & Weaken Over The Next Couple Of Days; Tropical Development Is Possible In The Western Caribbean During Early To Mid June

Tropical Storm Arthur: 2 pm EDT/1 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 35.6 North Latitude, 74.7 West Longitude or about 55 miles to the east-northeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 993 Millibars or 29.32 Inches. Forward Movement: Northeast at a forward speed of 16 mph. Arthur has become better organized more »

Tropical Storm Arthur Will Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To The Outer Banks Of North Carolina On Monday; Next Chance For Tropical Development In Early To Mid June In The Western Caribbean

Tropical Storm Arthur: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 30.5 North Latitude, 77.4 West Longitude or about 345 miles to the south-southwest of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1002 Millibars or 29.59 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northeast at a forward speed of 9 mph. Arthur is a “classic” disorganized more »

Tropical Depression #1 Formed Off Of The Coast Of East-Central Florida & Will Likely Become Tropical Storm Arthur Later Tonight

Tropical Depression #1: 8 pm EDT/7 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 28.9 North Latitude, 77.9 West Longitude or about 175 miles to the east-northeast of Melbourne, Florida. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1006 Millibars or 29.71 Inches. Forward Movement: Northeast at a forward speed of 14 mph. As I mentioned in my update late more »

Invest 90-L Is Organizing & Will Very Likely Become Tropical Storm Or Sub-Tropical Storm Arthur Sometime Later Today Or Tonight

Invest 90-L, which is currently located just offshore of the southeast Florida coast, has become better organized over the past 12 hours or so. Radar imagery indicates that spiral bands are forming around a closed low-level circulation to the east of Palm City and Port St. Lucie. Reconnaissance aircraft are currently investigating Invest 90-L and more »

Invest 90-L, Which Is Located Over The Florida Straits Is Very Likely To Develop Into Tropical Storm Or Sub-Tropical Storm Arthur This Weekend As It Moves From Near The Northern Bahamas To About 100 Miles Offshore Of The Southeastern Coast Of The United States

An area of low pressure, designated Invest 90-L by the National Hurricane Center, is currently located over the Florida Straits. Satellite imagery and radar loops indicate that most of the shower and thunderstorm activity associated with Invest 90-L is being pushed to its eastern quadrant by westerly wind shear. Closer analysis indicates that the westerly more »

Development Of Tropical Storm Or Sub-Tropical Storm Arthur Is Expected This Weekend From Near The Northern Bahamas To Near The Southeastern Coast Of The United States; Very Low Chance For Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Mischief Next Week

This morning’s weather analysis revealed that there are showers and thunderstorms extending from central and western Cuba northward into the Florida Keys and parts of South Florida. This area of disturbed weather is occurring at the tail end of a frontal boundary that is situated across the Florida Straits. Closer analysis of satellite imagery indicates more »

The Development Of Tropical Storm Or Sub-Tropical Storm Arthur Is Likely This Weekend From Near The Northern Bahamas To Near The Southeastern Coast Of The United States

Latest weather analysis this morning indicated an area of showers and thunderstorms are developing at the tail end of a frontal boundary between the northwest coast of Cuba and the lower Florida Keys. It is expected that an area of low pressure will develop from this developing area of disturbed weather by Friday or Saturday more »

Update On Increasing Chances For Tropical Or Sub-Tropical Development From Near The Bahamas To Near The Southeastern Coast Of The United States This Weekend

I wanted to send out a quick update regarding the potential for tropical or sub-tropical development this weekend in an area from the Bahamas to near the Southeastern Coast of the United States. An area of low pressure is expected to develop this weekend near the Bahamas near the tail end of a frontal boundary. more »




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