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Tropical Development Is Looking Increasingly More Possible In Either The Bay Of Campeche, The Southern Gulf Of Mexico Or The Northwestern Caribbean By The Middle To Later Parts Of This Week

The remnants of Hurricane Agatha, which will be making landfall in southern Mexico later this afternoon as an 110 mph hurricane, is expected to emerge in the area from the Bay of Campeche to the northwestern Caribbean as a large more »

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Tropical Development Remains A Possibility In The Southern Gulf Of Mexico Or The Northwestern Caribbean By The Middle To Later Parts Of This Coming Week

Hurricane Agatha, which is located in the eastern Pacific to the south of southern Mexico, is undergoing rapid strengthening today and all indications are that it may be a major hurricane when it makes landfall on Monday in southern Mexico. more »

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Bay Of Campeche & Then Southern Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Continue To Be Quite Possible By The Middle & Later Parts Of Next Week

Tropical Storm Agatha has quickly formed last night into this morning across the eastern Pacific to the south of Mexico. It looks likely that Agatha will become a hurricane during the day on Sunday and then make landfall in southern more »

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Bay Of Campeche & Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Quite Possible By The Middle Part Of Next Week

It looks like the Bay of Campeche and then the Gulf of Mexico could be an area to really watch for possible tropical development by about the middle part of next week. The catalyst for this possible development is actually more »

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An Eastern Pacific To Bay Of Campeche Crossover Tropical System Is Possible Next Week

Current weather analysis indicates that while things are quiet, for now, there is an item of interest now in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. This item of interest is a mesoscale convective vortex that is now moving ashore along the more »

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Thunderstorm Complex Over The Central Gulf Of Mexico Likely Will Not Develop; When Is The Next Chance For Tropical Development?

Thunderstorm Complex Over The Central Gulf Of Mexico: Weather analysis and satellite imagery today revealed that there is a persistent thunderstorm complex located over the central Gulf of Mexico. At this point, this thunderstorm complex looks worse than it really more »

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Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Southwestern Caribbean Will Produce Very Heavy Rainfall Across Central America For The Next Several Days; Western Caribbean Or Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Possible Between June 5 & June 15

Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Southwestern Caribbean: Weather analysis and satellite imagery today indicated that an area of disturbed weather remains over the southwestern Caribbean. This disturbed weather has led to deep thunderstorm activity to occur from the southwestern more »

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Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Southwestern Caribbean To Be Watched For Possible Development

Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Southwestern Caribbean: Weather analysis and satellite imagery today indicated that there has been an increase in shower and thunderstorm activity which stretches from the far eastern Pacific eastward across Central America into the southwestern more »

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Western Caribbean Tropical Development Continues To Be Possible By Next Weekend; All Signs Continue To Point Towards An Extremely Active 2022 Hurricane Season

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Is Still Possible Next Weekend: Weather analysis today indicated that there is a convection less tropical wave that will be pushing into the far eastern Caribbean later today. This tropical wave combined with a favorable background more »

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Western Caribbean Tropical Development Is Definitely A Possibility Later Next Week Through Next Weekend

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Quite Possible In The Western Caribbean Later Next Week Through Next Weekend: The weather pattern continues to look like it’ll be favorable for tropical development in the western Caribbean starting later next week and continuing through more »

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