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Tropical Development Remains Possible In The Caribbean, Gulf Of Mexico Or Near The Southeast US Coast Between May 25 & June 10

I still think that this may change beginning during the week of May 27 and continuing into the first half of June as tropical development chances could increase in the area from the western Caribbean into the Gulf of Mexico and the area close to the US Southeast Coast. As I have mentioned many times more »

Tropical Development Is Still Possible In The Caribbean, Gulf Of Mexico Or Near The Southeast US Coast Between May 25 & June 10

The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico are expected to be quiet for at least the next week with no areas of interest in terms of potential tropical development. This could change beginning during the week of May 27 and continuing into the first half of June as tropical development chances may increase in the more »

Multiple Days Of Significant Severe Weather Is Expected From Friday Through At Least Next Tuesday Across The Central & Southern Plains States

Summary: A stretch of significant severe weather is expected from Friday through at least next Tuesday across the central and southern Plains. The conditions are expected to be very favorable for widespread significant severe weather, including tornadoes, some of which may be strong to violent and large hail. In addition, there is the possibility that more »

Next Round Of Possibly Significant Severe Weather May Arrive On Friday Afternoon & Friday Night Across The Central & Southern Plains States

Significant Severe Weather Is Possible Beginning On Friday Afternoon & Friday Night Across The Central & Southern Plains States: It looks like a significant severe weather event may occur across parts of the Central and Southern Plains States during Friday afternoon and Friday night. The latest trends in the overall model guidance are showing a more »

Tropical Development Continues To Look Possible In The Caribbean, Gulf Of Mexico Or Near The Southeast US Coast Between May 20 & June 1

The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico are quiet this weekend with no areas of interest in terms of potential tropical development. With that said, I continue to keep a close eye on the time period from May 20 to June 1 for potential tropical development in the area from the western Caribbean into the more »

Late May Tropical Development Continues To Be Possible In The Western Caribbean, Gulf Of Mexico Or Near The Southeast US Coast

It continues to look quite possible that we will see tropical development between May 20 and June 1 in the area from the western Caribbean into the Gulf of Mexico and the area close to the US Southeast Coast. An upward motion pulse of the Madden Julian Oscillation (MJO) is currently pushing into the western more »

Significant Severe Weather, Including Strong Tornadoes, Is Expected Across The Texas Panhandle & Western Oklahoma Late This Afternoon & Tonight

Significant Severe Weather, Including Strong Tornadoes, Is Expected Late This Afternoon & Tonight Across The Texas Panhandle & Western Oklahoma: Widespread severe thunderstorms are expected beginning during the mid and late afternoon hours and continuing into tonight across much of the Texas Panhandle and across parts of western Oklahoma. Strong tornadoes, very large hail and more »

Late May Tropical Development Remains Possible In The Caribbean, Gulf Of Mexico Or Far Western Atlantic

Late May Tropical Development Remains Possible In The Caribbean, Gulf Of Mexico Or Far Western Atlantic: The northwestern Bahamas tropical disturbance may not be it for this month in terms of areas to watch for development. There continues to be pretty strong evidence in the data that suggests tropical development may occur during late May more »

An Active Week Of Severe Weather Is Expected, Especially Tuesday & Wednesday

This Afternoon & This Evening: A couple of areas to watch for some possible severe weather this afternoon and this evening. Southeastern Nebraska & Western Iowa: A cold front will push across the central Plains states this afternoon. Ahead of this front, the atmosphere is expected to be at least moderately unstable and because of more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Along The Southeastern Coast Of The United States Probably Will Not Develop

An area of disturbed weather is currently located along the southeastern coast of the United States between northeast Florida and coastal South Carolina. A majority of the shower and thunderstorm activity is occurring offshore of the southeast US. The amount of wind shear impacting this area of disturbed weather is between 25 and 30 knots more »



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