Author: Rob Lightbown

Sub-Tropical Development Possible Near The US Southeast Coast Early Next Week

Sub-Tropical Development Possible Near The US Southeast Coast Early Next Week: It looks like sub-tropical storm development may very well occur somewhere near the coast between eastern North Carolina and northeast Florida between Monday and Wednesday of next week. The more »

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Tropical Development Remains Somewhat Possible In The Area Between The Western Caribbean & The Bahamas During The First Half Of May

Analysis of the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico reveals a couple of features that are worth mentioning. The first is a very large low pressure system that’s located over the central North Atlantic near 37 North Latitude, 47 West more »

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Early To Mid May Tropical Development Possible In The Area Between The Western Caribbean & The Bahamas; The Upcoming Hurricane Season May Be Even More Active Than Previously Thought

Even though tropical development isn’t expected through the remaining part of this month, there are things that I’m keeping an eye on further down the road. First Thing That I’m Watching Is The Possibility For Early To Mid May Tropical more »

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Area Of Low Pressure Will Produce Heavy Rainfall Across The Bahamas, Eastern Cuba & Hispaniola Next Few Days

An Area Of Low Pressure Will Produce Heavy Rainfall Across The Bahamas, Eastern Cuba & Hispaniola The Next Few Days: Current weather analysis indicates that an area of low pressure is producing heavy rain with scattered thunderstorm activity across the more »

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Early Season Sub-Tropical Or Tropical Development Is Still Somewhat Possible Early Next Week Near The Eastern Bahamas

Current weather analysis indicates that there is a surface trough of low pressure located over the Bahamas. This weather feature is producing widespread shower and thunderstorm activity across the central and southeastern Bahamas today. This is going to be the more »

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