Author: Rob Lightbown

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Remains Possible A Little Later This Week; A Non-Tropical Low Pressure System Will Produce Heavy Rainfall Along The Gulf Coast This Week

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Possible Later This Week: All indications seem to point towards the potential of a broad area of low pressure forming initially over the southwestern Caribbean by about Wednesday or Thursday. This low pressure system is expected more »

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2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season First Thoughts (Hint – It Could Be A VERY Busy & Bad Season)

Even though the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season hasn’t officially ended yet and it looks like we may see another decent shot at tropical development late next week or next weekend in the western Caribbean, I wanted to go over what more »

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No Tropical Development Is Expected For At Least The Next Week Across The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico; Some Tropical Mischief Is A Possibility In The Western Caribbean Next Week

All is quiet across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico at the present moment. It should be noted that today is the first day since June 12th that both the Atlantic Basin and the Eastern Pacific Basin have been more »

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Invest 97-L Will Push Inland Into Central America This Weekend Producing Extremely Heavy Rainfall

Invest 97-L Located Over The Western Caribbean Sea: Invest 97-L continues to produce a large area of shower and thunderstorm activity across much of the western Caribbean. This convection is quite disorganized and is not showing any signs of development. more »

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Invest 97-L Expected To Produce Excessively Heavy Rainfall Across Parts Of Central America Late This Week Through This Weekend

Invest 97-L Located Over The Central Caribbean Sea: Invest 97-L is quite disorganized today and all indications are that it will likely not strengthen substantially before it moves into Central America this weekend. Instead, it appears that Invest 97-L will more »

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Central Or Southwestern Caribbean Tropical Development Looks Likely Later This Week

Southwestern Or Central Tropical Development Is Likely Later This Week: The southwestern and central Caribbean is going to be an area to really watch over the next week or so for the potential of tropical development. Current satellite imagery and more »

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Possibility Of Caribbean Tropical Development Over The Next Week Or So

I’ll Be Watching The Caribbean For The Possibility Of Tropical Development Next Week: Even though the Caribbean is currently quiet with no areas of disturbed weather present, it looks possible that a low pressure could develop over the western half more »

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Combination Of Invest 93-L & The Remnants Of Lidia & Max From The East Pacific Will Bring Heavy Rain & Gusty Winds To Parts Of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama & Florida Wednesday Into Thursday

Invest 93-L Located Over The Southwestern Gulf Of Mexico: Showers and thunderstorms associated with Invest 93-L in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico have increased a bit today. Still though, the chances of this disturbance becoming a tropical system remain low more »

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Low Pressure Will Bring Heavy Rain & Gusty Winds To Parts Of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama & Florida Wednesday Into Thursday

Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Bay Of Campeche: An area of disturbed weather has formed in the Bay of Campeche today. Satellite imagery indicates that there has been an increase in shower and thunderstorm activity and a small area more »

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Philippe Will Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To Bermuda The Rest Of Today; Philippe Will Then Bring Heavy Rain To Maine & Atlantic Canada This Weekend

Tropical Storm Philippe: Philippe is in the first stages today of transitioning from a tropical storm into a storm that more resembles a Nor’Easter. Most of the shower and thunderstorm activity is occurring well to the east of the low-level more »

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