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Eastern Pacific Tropical System May Cross Over Into The Bay Of Campeche & Develop Next Week

Eastern Pacific Tropical System May Cross Over Into The Bay Of Campeche & Develop Next Week: An area of disturbed weather over the eastern Pacific near the southern part of Guatemala & El Salvador is being monitored for not only tropical development, but also the possibility that it may cross over Central America and then more »

Tropical Development Continues To Be Possible Next Week Into Next Weekend (June 1 to 7) From The Western & Northwestern Caribbean Into The Bay Of Campeche

Tropical Development Continues To Be A Possibility Next Week Into Next Weekend (June 1 To 7) From The Western & Northwestern Caribbean Into The Bay Of Campeche: A large low pressure system is forecast to develop from the eastern Pacific into the western Caribbean and the Bay of Campeche over the next couple of days. more »

Tropical Storm Bertha Has Formed Near The South Carolina Coast & Will Move Inland By 11 am Eastern Time

The area of disturbed weather that has been moving northward from the east coast of Florida has become much better organized this morning. Because of this, the National Hurricane Center has upgraded this system to Tropical Storm Bertha. Heavy rainfall with flooding will be the main threat with Bertha throughout the rest of today in more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Will Affect Areas From Northeast Florida This Afternoon To The Coastal Carolinas Through Wednesday & It Does Have A Chance Of Developing; Tropical Development Remains Possible Next Week In The Western & Northwestern Caribbean

Area Of Disturbed Weather Will Move From The Florida Peninsula To The Carolinas Over The Next 24 To 36 Hours With Development A Possibility: Shower and thunderstorm activity associated with an area of disturbed weather are impacting areas from northeast Florida to the Savannah and Charleston areas. Visible satellite imagery and weather observations indicate that more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather Will Affect Areas From The Florida Peninsula This Afternoon To The Coastal Carolinas Later Tuesday Into Wednesday; Tropical Development Remains Possible Next Week In The Western & Northwestern Caribbean

Area Of Disturbed Weather Is Impacting Parts Of The Florida Peninsula: An area of disturbed weather is currently bringing heavy showers and thunderstorms to much of the east coast of Florida. In addition, wind gusts of up to 30 to 35 mph are occurring across southeast Florida as well as across Grand Bahama and Great more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather From The Northwestern Caribbean To The Eastern Gulf Of Mexico Will Bring Heavy Rainfall & Gusty Winds To Much Of The Florida Peninsula Through Monday

Area Of Disturbed Weather Located From The Northeastern Caribbean Into The Eastern Gulf Of Mexico: An area of disturbed weather, which is being created by the interaction between a tropical wave over the western Caribbean and an upper level trough of low pressure located over the Gulf of Mexico, is producing shower and thunderstorm activity more »

Quick Saturday Afternoon Update On Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Northwest Caribbean

I just wanted to let you know that I am watching an area of disturbed weather that has formed right over the Cayman Islands today. This area of disturbed weather is expected to move north and northeastward and bring heavy rainfall and squally weather to the Central and Southern Florida Peninsula starting on Sunday and more »

No Tropical Development Expected This Weekend Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Tropical Development Chances Will Begin To Increase Again Next Week

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf Of Mexico are quiet today with no areas of immediate concern. Wind shear values across much of the Atlantic Basin continue to be too strong to support tropical development and all-in-all, tropical development is not expected this weekend. Turning to next week and especially the following week, the chances for more »

No Tropical Development Expected The Rest Of This Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Formation Of Another Tropical System Is Possible By Or Before June 1

The Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf Of Mexico are quiet today with no areas of immediate concern. Wind shear values across much of the Atlantic Basin are way too strong to support tropical development and all-in-all, tropical development is not expected throughout the rest of this week. Beyond this, there is the possibility that we could more »

Tropical Storm Arthur Will Begin To Head Out Into The Open Atlantic & Weaken Over The Next Couple Of Days; Tropical Development Is Possible In The Western Caribbean During Early To Mid June

Tropical Storm Arthur: 2 pm EDT/1 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 35.6 North Latitude, 74.7 West Longitude or about 55 miles to the east-northeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 993 Millibars or 29.32 Inches. Forward Movement: Northeast at a forward speed of 16 mph. Arthur has become better organized more »




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