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Invest 92-L Is Forecast To Affect The Northern Lesser Antilles With Possible Tropical Storm Conditions On Wednesday Afternoon & Wednesday Night

Invest 92-L Located Over The Central Tropical Atlantic Halfway Between The Coast Of Africa & The Lesser Antilles: Invest 92-L has become somewhat better organized today as compared to what it looked like yesterday. The shower and thunderstorm activity has become more concentrated this morning to the southwest of the low pressure system, which is more »

Invest 92-L Located Over The Eastern Tropical Atlantic Is Likely To Become At Least A Tropical Storm This Coming Week As It Heads For The Northeastern Caribbean & Possibly The Bahamas

Tropical Storm Hanna: 2 pm EDT/1 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 25.9 North Latitude, 100.1 West Longitude or about 10 miles to the north of Monterrey, Mexico. Maximum Winds: 40 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1000 Millibars or 29.53 Inches. Forward Movement: West-Southwest at a forward speed of 9 mph. Hanna made landfall late Saturday afternoon on more »

Hanna Has Become A Hurricane & Will Bring Hurricane Conditions To The Lower Texas Coast; Gonzalo Continues To Weaken As It Passes Through The Southern Lesser Antilles; Invest 92-L Is Also Likely To Become A Tropical Storm & Possibly A Hurricane Next Week As It Heads For The Western Atlantic

Hurricane Hanna: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 27.1 North Latitude, 96.3 West Longitude or about 85 miles to the southeast of Corpus Christi, Texas. Maximum Winds: 80 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 978 Millibars or 28.88 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 7 mph. Hanna continues to strengthen at a fairly more »

Gonzalo Is Expected To Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To Barbados & Parts Of The Southern Lesser Antilles On Saturday; Hanna Continues To Slowly Strengthen & Will Bring Tropical Storm Conditions To The Middle & Lower Texas Coast On Saturday; Additional Tropical Development Is Possible Next Week

The Tropical Atlantic is extremely busy for late July. We now have 2 active tropical storms (Gonzalo & Hanna) and another possible tropical system that may form next week & would need to be watched extremely closely. Tropical Storm Gonzalo: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 10.0 North Latitude, 54.2 West Longitude or about more »

Gonzalo Much More Disorganized Today, But Is Still Expected To Bring Tropical Storm & Possibly Hurricane Conditions To Barbados & The Southern Lesser Antilles On Saturday; Tropical Depression #8 Is Organizing This Morning In The Central Gulf Of Mexico & Will Likely Become Tropical Storm Hanna This Afternoon Or Tonight

Tropical Storm Gonzalo: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 9.6 North Latitude, 48.3 West Longitude or about 885 miles to the east of the Southern Windward Islands. Maximum Winds: 65 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 997 Millibars or 29.44 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 14 mph. I honestly didn’t expect Gonzalo more »

Tropical Depression #7 Has Strengthened Into Tropical Storm Gonzalo About 1200 Miles East Of The Southern Lesser Antilles; Invest 91-L In The Southeastern Gulf Of Mexico Will Likely Become Tropical Storm Hanna Later This Week In The Northwestern Gulf Of Mexico

Tropical Storm Gonzalo: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 9.9 North Latitude, 43.6 West Longitude or about 1205 miles to the east of the Southern Windward Islands. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1000 Millibars or 29.53 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 14 mph. Tropical Depression #7 has strengthened more »

Two Areas Of Interest: Area Of Disturbed Weather That Is Moving Into The Southeastern Gulf Of Mexico; Invest 99-L, Which Is Developing Into A Tropical Depression, Halfway Between The Lesser Antilles & The Coast Of Africa

Area Of Disturbed Weather Located In The Florida Straits & The Southeastern Gulf Of Mexico: There is a building and organizing area of disturbed weather that is located in the Florida Straits and will be pushing into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico this afternoon. Satellite imagery indicates that the shower and thunderstorm activity associated with more »

Thee Areas Of Interest: Invest 90-L In The Northwest Gulf Of Mexico; Invest 99-L Halfway Between The Lesser Antilles & The Coast Of Africa; Area Of Disturbed Weather In The Bahamas

There is a lot to cover this afternoon, so let’s get right into it!! Invest 90-L Located In The Northwest Gulf Of Mexico: A sneaky little area of disturbed weather has become better organized so far today over the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. Satellite imagery and weather observations indicate that an area of low pressure more »

2 Areas To Watch For Tropical Development – (1) A Tropical Disturbance Will Move From The Bahamas Into The Gulf Of Mexico & Could Develop During The Middle & Later Parts Of This Week & (2) A Tropical Disturbance Over The East-Central Tropical Atlantic That Could Develop As It Heads For The Lesser Antilles

Tropical Development Is Possible In The Gulf Of Mexico During The Middle & Later Parts Of This Coming Week: A tropical disturbance now approaching the southeastern Bahamas should be watched very closely for possible tropical development once it moves into the Gulf of Mexico by late Tuesday. Satellite imagery this afternoon indicates that there has more »

Even Though Immediate Tropical Development Is Not Expected, A Tropical Wave Just East Of The Northern Lesser Antilles Should Be Monitored As It Moves Towards The Bahamas & Then Into The Gulf Of Mexico Next Week

Even though tropical development is not expected through this weekend and into at least the first part of next week, there is a tropical wave now located to the east of the northern Lesser Antilles near 57 West Longitude that I’m going to be keeping a close eye on. Satellite imagery this morning indicates that more »



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