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Hurricane Lane Will Continue To Bring Excessive Amounts Of Rainfall & Tropical Storm Force Winds To The Hawaiian Islands Today Through Saturday; Looking Towards The Atlantic – Tropical Development From A Tropical Wave Now Over The Easternmost Atlantic Is Possible Late Next Week Or Next Weekend In The Area Of The Bahamas

Hurricane Lane: 2 am HST/8 am EDT: Location: 18.4 North Latitude, 158.0 West Longitude or about 200 miles to the south of Honolulu, Hawaii. Maximum Winds: 120 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 956 Millibars or 28.23 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 5 mph. Hurricane Lane is showing signs of some weakening as more »

Major Hurricane Lane Continues To Track Towards The Hawaiian Islands; Looking Towards The Atlantic – Tropical Development From A Tropical Wave Now Over Western Africa Is Possible Late Next Week In The Area Of The Bahamas

Major Hurricane Lane: 2 am HST/8 am EDT: Location: 16.5 North Latitude, 157.3 West Longitude or about 335 miles to the south of Honolulu, Hawaii. Maximum Winds: 130 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 949 Millibars or 28.02 Inches. Forward Movement: Northwest at a forward speed of 7 mph. Major Hurricane Lane has begun to track to more »

Powerful Category 5 Hurricane Lane Is Moving Towards The Hawaiian Islands; Looking Towards The Atlantic – Tropical Development From African Tropical Waves & Tropical Development In-Close To The United States Looks Increasingly More Possible Beginning Next Week

Major Hurricane Lane: 2 am HST/8 am EDT: Location: 14.9 North Latitude, 155.0 West Longitude or about 480 miles to the south-southeast of Honolulu, Hawaii. Maximum Winds: 160 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 935 Millibars or 27.61 Inches. Forward Movement: West-Northwest at a forward speed of 9 mph. Lane is a extremely powerful Category 5 hurricane more »

Major Hurricane Lane Needs To Be Taken Very Seriously In The Hawaiian Islands; Lane Has The Very Real Potential To Directly Impact Some Part Of Hawaii With Hurricane Conditions On Thursday Night Into Friday Hawaiian Time

Major Hurricane Lane: 11 pm HST/5 am EDT: Location: 14.0 North Latitude, 151.2 West Longitude or about 670 miles to the southeast of Honolulu, Hawaii. Maximum Winds: 150 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 950 Millibars or 28.06 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 12 mph. Lane is a powerful Category 4 hurricane with more »

Increasing Threat To The Hawaiian Islands From Hurricane Lane Later This Week

Hurricane Lane: 11 pm HST/5 am EDT: Location: 13.8 North Latitude, 147.0 West Longitude or about 675 miles to the southeast of Hilo, Hawaii. Maximum Winds: 125 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 961 Millibars or 28.38 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 14 mph. We are now keeping a close eye on the more »

Tropical Development From African Tropical Waves & Tropical Development In-Close To The United States Are Two Items We Will Be Monitoring Very Closely Over The Next Month

Tropical Development From African Tropical Waves Will Need To Be Watched Over The Next Month: A tropical wave now crossing the western coast of Africa is an item that I’m going to keep an eye on, however, conditions across much of the eastern and central Atlantic are unfavorable for development due to an abundance of more »

Invest 99-L Plus Other Items Now & In The Near Future That Require Monitoring

Invest 99-L Located About 500 Miles To The East-Southeast Of The Windward Islands: Invest 99-L, which is a tropical wave located about 500 miles or so to the east-southeast of the Windward Islands, continues to be monitored closely. Satellite imagery over the past 48 hours has shown that the shower and thunderstorm activity associated with more »

Invest 99-L Located To The East Of The Windward Islands Continues To Be Monitored Closely For Possible Development; Uptick In Tropical Development Continues To Look Quite Possible Towards The End Of This Month

Invest 99-L Located About 750 Miles To The East-Southeast Of The Windward Islands: We continue to keep an eye on Invest 99-L, which is a tropical wave that is located about 750 miles to the east-southeast of the Windward Islands. Satellite imagery indicates that the associated shower and thunderstorm activity is more disorganized this morning more »

Sub-Tropical Depression #5 Forms Over The Far North Atlantic & Is No Threat To Any Land Masses; Area Of Shower & Thunderstorm Activity About Halfway Between The Lesser Antilles & The Coast Of Africa Is Being Monitored; Uptick In Tropical Development Looking Increasingly More Possible Towards The End Of This Month

Sub-Tropical Depression #5: 5 am EDT/4 am CDT Statistics: Location: 37.6 North Latitude, 45.6 West Longitude or about 1015 miles to the west of the Azores. Maximum Winds: 35 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1009 Millibars or 29.80 Inches. Forward Movement: North at a forward speed of 5 mph. The low pressure system that has tracked more »

The Atlantic Basin Continues To Be Slow To Wake Up, But Should Do So Just In Time For The Peak Of The Hurricane Season

The Atlantic Basin Continues To Be Slow To Wake Up: The only system this week that has the potential to develop into a tropical system is a non-tropical low pressure system that is located about 600 miles to the south-southeast of Cape Race, Newfoundland. Satellite imagery indicates that there is a overall lack of shower more »


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