An Area Of Low Pressure Will Bring Locally Heavy Rainfall & Gusty Winds To Central & South Florida, The Florida Keys & The Northern Bahamas From Late Tonight Through Tuesday & Tuesday Night To Wednesday Morning

An area of low pressure is expected to take shape along a stalled frontal boundary over the southern and southeastern Gulf of Mexico by tonight into early Tuesday morning. This weather system will cause rain to overspread much of central and south Florida, the Florida Keys and the northern Bahamas beginning after midnight tonight. Rain, more »

Coastal Storm Possible Next Week That Impacts Parts Of The US East Coast From Florida & Points North

It continues to look quite possible that an area of low pressure may develop over the Bay of Campeche or the southern Gulf of Mexico around Monday and Tuesday of next week that moves east-northeastward reaching the coast of southeastern Florida and the northern Bahamas by next Wednesday. Beyond this, there is a low amount more »

Some Sub-Tropical Development Possible Over The Central Atlantic East Of Bermuda Later This Week

Even though it is only almost mid-March and we are still a little less than 3 months away from the official start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, it appears that some sort of sub-tropical development may occur over the Central Atlantic east of Bermuda starting around Wednesday or Thursday. All of the model forecast guidance more »

Updated Thoughts Regarding The 2019 Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Hurricane Season

I know we are not even into February yet, but I am always looking at the different parameters and signals that go into making a Hurricane Season inactive or active. So, this is what I’m seeing as of right now: The overall forecast continues to be a very difficult one as it hinges on whether more »

Crown Weather Services Turns 25 Years Old

I want to start by thanking each and every one of you for using Crown Weather Services. We have been overwhelmed by your kind words and support. Twenty Five years ago today, January 16, 1994, Crown Weather Services was established. Since that date, the Crown Weather Services website has changed drastically; in fact, I hardly more »

Gulf Of Mexico Low Pressure System Formation Likely Next Weekend

It is looking likely that an area of low pressure will form over the northern Gulf of Mexico next weekend bringing with it a round of rainfall across the Gulf States from Texas to the Florida Panhandle as well as across parts of the southeastern US. In addition to this, some snow and ice is more »

A Very Low Chance For Some Sort Of Sub-Tropical Development Near The Bahamas Late Next Week

I wanted to briefly mention something that I have noticed in some of the model guidance for later next week and that is the slim possibility of some sort of sub-tropical development in the area of the Bahamas – Yes, I know it’s January, but sometimes we can see tropical and sub-tropical development during the more »

A Very Early Look At The 2019 Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Hurricane Season

I know it’s early, but I wanted to go over what I’m already looking at in terms of signals for the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Bottom line is that the forecast is a very difficult one as it hinges heavily on whether we will still be in El Nino conditions or whether we will be more »

Michael Will Bring Heavy Rainfall & Tropical Storm Conditions To Parts Of South Carolina, North Carolina & Southeastern Virginia The Rest Of Today

Tropical Storm Michael: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 34.1 North Latitude, 81.8 West Longitude or about 40 miles to the west-northwest of Columbia, South Carolina. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 986 Millibars or 29.12 Inches. Forward Movement: Northeast at a forward speed of 21 mph. Michael continues to weaken as it more »

Major Hurricane Michael Continues To Strengthen & Is Approaching Category 5 Intensity

Major Hurricane Michael: 12 pm EDT/11 am CDT Statistics: Location: 29.6 North Latitude, 85.8 West Longitude or about 35 miles to the southwest of Mexico Beach, Florida. Maximum Winds: 150 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 923 Millibars or 27.26 Inches. Forward Movement: North-Northeast at a forward speed of 14 mph. Data from reconnaissance aircraft indicates that more »

  • Tropical Weather Discussions

  • Follow Us On Twitter!