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Invest 91-L Has The Potential To Develop Into A Tropical Depression Or Tropical Storm In The Bay Of Campeche Later This Weekend Into Early Next Week

Invest 91-L Located Over The Southern Bay Of Campeche: An area of low pressure, designated Invest 91-L by the National Hurricane Center, is located over the southern Bay of Campeche this morning. Satellite imagery indicates that the organization of the shower and thunderstorm activity is broad and disorganized right now. Invest 91-L is expected to more »

Bay Of Campeche Tropical Development Remains A Possibility This Weekend

Bay Of Campeche Tropical Development Remains A Possibility This Weekend: That very broad and disorganized area of low pressure continues to sit over Central America with disturbed weather stretching from the southwestern Caribbean westward to the far eastern Pacific. Current satellite imagery indicates that are no areas of concentrated deep thunderstorm activity from the Bay more »

Broad, Disorganized Area Of Low Pressure Will Continue To Remain Stationary Over Central America Throughout The Rest Of This Week

Broad, Disorganized Area Of Low Pressure Will Continue To Remain Stationary Over Central America Throughout The Rest Of This Week: A very broad and disorganized area of low pressure continues to sit over Central America with disturbed weather stretching from the southwestern Caribbean westward to the far eastern Pacific. Current satellite imagery indicates that there more »

Broad, Disorganized Area Of Low Pressure Will Remain Stationary Over Central America For The Next Week; More Thoughts Regarding The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Broad, Disorganized Area Of Low Pressure Will Remain Stationary Over Central America For The Next Week: A very broad and disorganized area of low pressure is centered over Central America with disturbed weather stretching from the southwestern Caribbean westward to the far eastern Pacific. Looking at satellite imagery, most of the deeper thunderstorm activity is more »

Tropical Development Remains Possible As Soon As Next Week Across The Western Caribbean

Tropical Development Remains Possible As Soon As Next Week Across The Western Caribbean: Satellite imagery and weather analysis indicates that there is fairly persistent shower and thunderstorm activity occurring from the southwestern Caribbean westward across parts of Central America into the eastern Pacific. This is being caused by a large and disorganized area of low more »

Sub-Tropical Depression Andrea Expected To Dissipate By Late Today Or Wednesday; There Is Still A Chance For Tropical Development As Soon As Later Next Week & Next Weekend Across The Western Caribbean

Sub-Tropical Depression Andrea: Andrea doesn’t even look like a sub-tropical storm or depression as even though it still has a well defined circulation, it has been torn apart by shear. A majority of the shower and thunderstorm activity associated with Andrea have disappeared and I fully expect it to dissipate as soon as late today. more »

Sub-Tropical Storm Andrea Forms About 300 Miles To The Southwest Of Bermuda; Andrea Will Be A Very Short-Lived System & Will Dissipate By Late Tuesday Or Early Wednesday

Sub-Tropical Storm Andrea:6:30 pm EDT/5:30 pm CDT Statistics:Location: 28.8 North Latitude, 68.7 West Longitude or about 335 miles to the southwest of Bermuda.Maximum Winds: 40 mph.Minimum Central Pressure: 1006 Millibars or 29.71 Inches.Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 14 mph. Satellite imagery this afternoon into this evening shows that an area of low more »

Early Afternoon Severe Weather Update – POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS SITUATION (PDS) Tornado Watches Now In Effect For Oklahoma, Northwest Texas & The Texas Panhandle

Just a quick update to let you all know that 2 Potentially Dangerous Situation Tornado Watches are in effect for a situation that is extraordinarily dangerous. The first map conveys how extremely dangerous and life-threatening this afternoon’s severe weather situation is. The second map covers what geographic areas the watches cover.

A Tornado Outbreak With Strong To Violent Tornadoes Is Expected This Afternoon Through Tonight From West & Northwest Texas & The Texas Panhandle Eastward Across All Of Oklahoma Into Southern Kansas

Summary: An outbreak of strong to violent tornadoes and severe thunderstorms is expected beginning later this morning and early this afternoon and continuing through this afternoon and tonight across the southern Plains states. In addition, many of the severe storms will have very large to extremely large hail and damaging winds. The severe weather threat more »

Major Severe Weather Event Expected Monday Afternoon & Monday Night Across The Texas Panhandle, Northwest & North Texas, A Large Part Of Oklahoma & Southern Kansas

Summary: All of the ingredients continue to be in place for a potentially major severe weather event on Monday afternoon and Monday night across the southern Plains States with the Texas Panhandle, northwest and north Texas, much of Oklahoma and southern Kansas significantly impacted. Details: A warm front will move from near the Red River more »



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