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Area Of Disturbed Weather Over The Southwestern & Central Caribbean Continues To Have The Potential To Develop Into A Tropical Depression Or A Tropical Storm Late This Week & This Weekend When It Reaches The Northern & Northwestern Caribbean

Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Southwestern & Central Caribbean: This morning’s satellite imagery indicates that the majority of the shower and thunderstorm activity associated with our Caribbean area of disturbed weather has shifted over the last 24 hours from the far southwestern Caribbean to the central Caribbean in the vicinity of between 70 and more »

Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Southwestern Caribbean Has The Potential To Develop Late This Week & This Weekend When It Reaches The Northwestern Caribbean

Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Southwestern Caribbean: It appears that an area of low pressure has formed over the southwestern Caribbean. Satellite imagery indicates that there has been quite a blow up of thunderstorm activity to the south of Jamaica, however, the wind shear across much of the Caribbean remains too high for a more »

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Is Possible Late This Week & This Weekend

Western Caribbean Tropical Development Is Possible Late This Week & This Weekend: Satellite imagery indicated that there are some scattered shower and thunderstorm activity occurring across the southwestern Caribbean to the south of Jamaica. This is being caused by a trough of low pressure located over the central Caribbean that is pushing to the west. more »

Kirk Will Move Away From The Lesser Antilles Later Today & Will Dissipate This Weekend; October Tropical Weather Outlook For The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

Tropical Storm Kirk: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 13.8 North Latitude, 63.6 West Longitude or about 185 miles to the west-southwest of Martinique. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1007 Millibars or 29.74 Inches. Forward Movement: West-Northwest at a forward speed of 13 mph. Satellite imagery indicates that Kirk is a highly more »

Kirk Will Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To Barbados, The Windward Islands & The Southern Leeward Islands From This Afternoon Into Friday; October Tropical Weather Outlook For The Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico

Tropical Storm Kirk: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 13.6 North Latitude, 58.7 West Longitude or about 60 miles to the east-northeast of Barbados. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1000 Millibars or 29.53 Inches. Forward Movement: West-Northwest at a forward speed of 16 mph. Satellite imagery indicates that Kirk looks more organized more »

Kirk Has Regenerated Into A Tropical Storm & Will Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To Barbados, The Windward Islands & The Southern Leeward Islands Thursday Into Friday

Tropical Storm Kirk: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 12.0 North Latitude, 53.5 West Longitude or about 415 miles to the east of Barbados. Maximum Winds: 45 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1004 Millibars or 29.65 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 18 mph. Kirk has regenerated into a tropical storm as more »

Remnants Of Kirk Continues To Race Westward & Will Impact The Lesser Antilles Thursday Into Friday; Energy From Kirk Will Need To Be Watched Closely For Potential Western Caribbean Tropical Development Next Week; Invest 98-L Is Expected To Bring Gusty Winds & Some Rainfall To The Outer Banks Of North Carolina Later Today Through Wednesday

Kirk: As expected, Kirk opened up into a trough of low pressure that continues to race westward and is located about 1000 miles to the east of the Windward Islands this morning. Even though Kirk has opened up into a trough of low pressure, it is still producing tropical storm force winds on its northern more »

Kirk Is Struggling As It Races Westward, But May Impact The Lesser Antilles Late This Week; Invest 98-L May Become A Tropical Depression Or A Tropical Storm Before Reaching The Outer Banks Of North Carolina On Wednesday; Invest 98-L Will Bring Gusty Winds & Some Rainfall To The Outer Banks Of North Carolina Tuesday Through Wednesday

Tropical Depression Kirk: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 9.5 North Latitude, 37.4 West Longitude or about 1615 miles to the east of the Windward Islands. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1007 Millibars or 29.74 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 24 mph. Even though there has been somewhat more »

Tropical Depression #11 Likely To Dissipate Sometime Today; Tropical Storm Kirk, Now Located Over The Eastern Tropical Atlantic May Impact The Lesser Antilles Late This Week; Invest 98-L May Bring Gusty Winds & Some Rainfall To The Outer Banks Of North Carolina Tuesday Through Wednesday

Tropical Depression #11: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 14.5 North Latitude, 55.0 West Longitude or about 415 miles to the east-northeast of the Windward Islands. Maximum Winds: 30 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1009 Millibars or 29.80 Inches. Forward Movement: Northwest at a forward speed of 6 mph. Satellite imagery this morning indicates that more »

Tropical Depression #11 Has Formed About 500 Miles East Of The Windward Islands & Will Likely Dissipate Very Quickly; Other Systems We Are Watching: Invest 98-L Near Bermuda; Invest 99-L Near The West Coast Of Africa Which Will Likely Be Our Next Tropical Depression & The Expected Formation Of Another Tropical Storm Over The Far North Atlantic That Will Hang Around For At Least The Next Ten Days

Tropical Depression #11: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 13.0 North Latitude, 53.5 West Longitude or about 505 miles to the east of the Windward Islands. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1007 Millibars or 29.74 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 5 mph. A tropical disturbance, which has been more »



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